N-Sea, a leading Survey and IMR subsea solutions provider, continues to lead the subsea survey market, by announcing an investment in its data management capabilities by acquiring a new storage system valued in excess of €1.8million.
Based on the latest technology, the upgrade will allow for faster workflow and highly resilient security features, both critical for the meaningful processing, analysis and reporting of client survey data.
The investment in N-Sea's Data Centre has resulted in one of the industry's most effective, secure and future-proofed storage systems, as David Murray, N-Sea Data Centre Manager, explains:
“Client dependence upon data analytics has increased tremendously, whilst the industries in which N-Sea operates also demand increasingly stringent compliance requirements. Therefore, the need for efficient data analysis, archiving and long-term retention protection is a high priority.
“Equally, as our customer base increases, so does our need for storage capacity and the ability to process data faster and in turn, deliver products to clients in a shorter timeframe. I am delighted that client feedback as confirmed the quality of our data reports as exceptional - from processing and analysis, to presentation and detail.”
N-Sea's track record in surveying is extensive and with the recent developments, the company now offers UXO surveys, ID and clearance, rig-moves, cable route, site survey, PLGR, metrology and more, providing one of the most comprehensive integrated survey services available.
These developments are key to N-Sea's overall growth strategy. The progression and investments being made will allow the company to further consolidate its presence within the global industries.
N-Sea specialises in subsea solutions for the renewable, oil and gas and telecom/utilities industries, as well as for civil contracting communities. With a focus on safe and efficient operations, N-Sea provides, offshore and survey solutions to asset operators and tier 1 contractors.
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