Energy Solutions International (ESI), a supplier of software solutions to worldwide oil and gas pipeline companies, has merged with Houston-based Entessa, a provider of logistics management software for the oil and gas supply chain.
Entessa’s technology platform, Synthesis, complements ESI’s suite of solutions for the energy industry. The expanded portfolio enables ESI to provide a comprehensive solution for end-to-end supply chain management in the energy transportation sector.
“This is a truly synergistic merger,” said Dr Jo Webber, who has been appointed executive chairman of the company. “ESI’s strength has been serving the pipeline market with a broad range of integrated products that drive excellence in operational efficiency, throughput management, pipeline safety and transaction management. Entessa’s leadership as a provider of logistics management software to pipeline operations, as well as marine, terminal and refinery applications, gives the new Energy Solutions a broader selection of technologies and solutions for our customers’ order-to-cash chain management.”
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