Paris (July 20, 2021). Project Portfolio Management (PPM) software provider Sciforma has signed a three-year contract with the Exploration and Production (E&P) division of TotalEnergies SE. One of the world’s top five energy companies, TotalEnergies’s E&P division covers oil, gas, solar, renewable, and bioenergy.
TotalEnergies was already using Sciforma’s PPM solutions for RFM (Request for Modification) in the UK, the Netherlands, and Qatar. The E&P contract came along after a successful six-month pilot in TotalEnergies’ Deep Water product line.
“TotalEnergies’ challenge was to more efficiently centralize the different E&P product lines in a high-performance project management and resource allocation solution, from the discovery through execution phases,” explained Stéphane Louit, Head of Global Sales at Sciforma. “The Sciforma PPM solution integrates their exploration studies to a common but customizable platform. As a result, they can be more efficient and responsive to client expectations.”
Across a large international project portfolio, TotalEnergies E&P prides itself in safely delivering projects on time with low technical costs. Integrated project organization combines geosciences, drilling, facilities, and operations engineers, all fully accountable for project deliverables and deadlines.
The contract includes Sciforma’s implementation services and support, as well as an interface for measuring customer satisfaction. Furthermore, under the terms of the contract, other divisions in the TotalEnergies group that want to contract with Sciforma for PPM and SPM solutions will be able to do so at the same rate as the E&P division.
Sciforma is one of the largest providers of Portfolio & Project Management software, delivering solutions to more than a quarter million users worldwide since 1982. ISO 27001-certified, Sciforma offers flexible and easy-to-use multi-platform PM and PPM software solutions. Businesses that have multiple projects from multiple clients (including internal customers) need to be able to prioritize efforts that will bring the best results to the company. Consequently, the configurable Sciforma PPM solution provides project managers and executives the ability to analyze investments, plan capacity, manage risks, and control expenses better. In 2021, Sciforma was acquired by Symphony Technology Group (“STG”), a Palo Alto-based private equity firm focused on investing in the software, data analytics, and software-enabled technology services sectors. For further information, visit: www.sciforma.com. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
TotalEnergies is a broad energy company producing and marketing fuels, natural gas, and electricity. Their approximately 100,000 employees are committed to better energy that is more affordable, more reliable, cleaner and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, TotalEnergies ambition is to become the responsible energy major.