Merit Energy Co. has successfully transitioned its gathering assets to myQuorum TIPS in the cloud, Quorum Software said on April 13. Merit operations have defined success in the energy industry for over three decades, driven by a focus on reducing costs, improving efficiency, increasing production, and maximizing safety. Moving gas gathering business workflows to the Quorum cloud further enhances Merit’s operations and streamlines acquisitions.
“Merit has a proven model that supports how we operate,” Kyle Richardson, accounting manager at Merit, said. “Our operations are built on 30 years of experience, a detailed understanding of our assets, and a disciplined approach at every site. Our partnership with Quorum goes back decades, and the TIPS software has evolved and adapted to meet the changing needs of our business, including the transition to the cloud.”
Quorum and Merit transitioned existing gathering assets to myQuorum TIPS, the cloud-enabled version of the 20-year leader in gas scheduling and accounting software. In addition, Quorum conducted data migration for several newly acquired gathering assets into myQuorum TIPS. These processes enable Merit to focus on managing the business, while Quorum supports the company’s infrastructure needs, keeps assets running on the most current software, and empowers the accounting team to support operations with the latest features, functionality, and reporting available.
Merit’s solution for gas gathering includes myQuorum TIPS: Quorum’s gas scheduling and accounting software that eliminates manual processes and improves data visibility; myQuorum 365: a premier support experience that reduces the time, effort, and cost of operating Quorum solutions by covering all services for adopting new releases and upgrades; and myQuorum Cloud: hosting solution that simplifies IT, scales to meet demand and improves customer experience.
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