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April 27, 2021 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM Central
As signs of a slow recovery in upstream operations emerge, this is a good opportunity to ensure you are enhancing cash flow and managing your business as effectively as possible. Digitalization of your back-office and field processes is a way you can reduce days sales outstanding (DSO), optimize cash flow, minimize the impact of price cuts and improve operations as the market picks back up.
Director, Product Management
Tamra has more than ten years of experience working with B2B networks and has been on the OpenInvoice team since 2013. She is currently a product manager focused on finding ways for both sides of the network to manage and optimize access to capital. Prior to her role at Enverus, Tamra worked for Hubwoo and managed supplier enablement and client services teams in the Americas and the Philippines. Tamra earned her Master’s in Business Administration and her Master’s in International Management at the University of Maryland University College. She also holds a BA in English Literature from the University of Houston.
General Manager, Field Ticket Operations
Dave is a 33-year veteran of the oil and gas technology industry. He held several roles in technology development and operations, including support, sales management, marketing and development. In 2000, Dave left Halliburton and co-founded Digital Oilfield, running U.S. operations from its inception and was on hand for the first deployments of OpenInvoice.
Product Manager, Oilfield Services Suite
Brandon has eleven years of experience serving the energy industry. Prior to this role, Brandon held roles as project manager and controller of midstream service provider, M&M Pipeline Services. Brandon has also consulted for many OFS providers in the areas of Information Systems and Business Analytics. Brandon was a co-founder of Phoenix DAS, an OFS-focused software provider offering workflow applications for service companies. Phoenix DAS was founded in 2014 and, after several years of growth and expansion, was acquired by Oildex to further their business automation vision in the OFS space. Brandon holds a B.B.A. in Information Systems and an M.B.A. from Mississippi State University.
Director, Supplier Account Management
With more than 20 years working in the areas of operations, project management and sales, Scott now leads the Supplier Account Management team. This team is responsible for supplier subscription contracts and SupplierLink, which includes integration projects. Previously, for Cortex Business Solutions, Scott led the Enterprise Delivery team that implemented business automation solutions for buyers. Scott loves digging into the details and excels at applying knowledge of buyer and supplier implementation projects, providing strategic direction, and solving complex problems to move the business forward while managing an integrated sales team. Scott earned a BA from the University of Regina, SK and a BBA in Management & Marketing from Northwood University in Midland, MI.