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Implico to promote digital transformation at StocExpo Europe

Implico, the oil and gas specialist, will promote digital transformation at StocExpo from 26-28 March 2019 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands

With the motto ‘Start your digital journey’, the international software and consulting company will exhibit its solutions for the tank farm sector at booth J10.

OpenTAS, developed and distributed by Implico, is the terminal management system with the widest range of functions and the tightest integration of ERP and SAP on the market. Its centrepiece is the navigator, which manages all logistics operations in a tank farm.

At StocExpo, the company will present the latest stage in the development of this process-oriented, user-friendly software. The company will demonstrate SAP downstream solutions, SAP Secondary Oil and Gas Distribution Management (SDM) and SAP Retail Fuel Network Operations (RFNO).

Next generation cloud services

The iGOS data service and cloud portfolio allow standardised data communication between different supply chain participants. This leads to faster information flow, more secure data exchange and more efficient collaboration. At StocExpo, the company will reveal upcoming innovations and share concrete case studies for iGOS.

Intelligent IT solutions for the tank farms of tomorrow

With the Handheld Solution and the TCP-X-Unit, Implico will also showcase two smart solutions that combine smart software with robust hardware. Both products help tank storage operators to automate key work steps without having to replace their entire IT landscape. The new version of the Handheld Solution promises optimised flexibility and efficiency in its field of application.

Lucas Ribeiro, sales director at Implico, said, “StocExpo stands out due to the high competency and innovative spirit of its audience. I am already looking forward to a vivid exchange with my peers. From oil major to start-up, all representatives of the tank storage industry will be present in Rotterdam to contribute to the discussion and the shaping of our common agenda.”