TCS & Shell bags 2021 ISG Digital Case Study Award
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TCS & Shell bags 2021 ISG Digital Case Study Award

The solution helps energy company gain deep insights around electricity usage patterns and drive real-time decision making

  • By ICN Group | October 23, 2021

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), has bagged 2021 ISG Digital Case Study Award, for its digital transformation work in Australia and New Zealand for Shell, a global energy and petrochemical company.

Shell partnered with TCS to build a transformative digital solution that will help the company derive deep insights from the available data as well as enable a central view for upstream and midstream businesses. It aims to contextualize its digitization initiatives across wireline logging, downhole completions, gas production operations and technology, performance, and safe operations, helping the company improve efficiency and reliability in their LNG business as well as improve sustainability.

TCS’ unique solutions provide deep insights into leading and lagging performance indicators, offer analytics on the projected maximum power demand, and support real-time decision-making around electricity usage patterns, minimizing financial and regulatory risks for the asset and resulting in notable cost savings.

“We are thrilled to receive this award from an independent third-party research firm. Our deep contextual and domain knowledge, expertise in cutting-edge digital technologies, and innovative analytics and insights solutions, are helping us drive Shell’s unique, purpose-led digital transformation journey,” said Debashis Ghosh, Business Group Head, Energy & Resources, TCS.

“Enhancing customer and user experience was the most prevalent objective across the enterprise-provider projects we examined, and the transformational role providers are playing was evidenced by the many innovative and impactful solutions they delivered,” said Paul Reynolds, Partner and Chief Research Officer, ISG.

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