First User Group Meeting Held in Houston

May 29, 2018 11:58:53 AM

Agile Upstream hosted the inaugural user group meeting for ALI™ users in Houston May 24, 2018.  Users of the platform from ten different companies met and shared valuable insights on use cases and results to date. The two-hour meeting and networking session kicked off with Agile's CEO Nick Vandivere presenting a quick overview of the company. The Management Team provided a deeper dive on the product roadmap for ALI and the new ThoughtTrace™ technology 

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"We are very grateful to all those who could attend our first user group meeting," said Kurt Kemmerly, Senior Vice President, Agile Upstream. "Our users continue to provide us valuable feedback on the technology, and with this new forum, we were able to demonstrate to our community where their suggestions have been implemented in the platform." 

The company is planning more of these events, based on suggestions and comments such as this from one Houston-based ALI user, "Great event, great customer service, great company." Attendees gained valuable information and connections, and future user group meetings are being planned in areas where multiple customers are located.

 A special thank you to BHP Billiton for hosting the event in their new high-tech local headquarters. 

ABOUT AGILE UPSTREAM

Agile Upstream is a Houston-based software company that is leading the Artificial Intelligence revolution in Oil & Gas.  Agile Upstream’s software product, Agile Land Insights (ALI™), automatically reads, interprets, and extracts critical information from Oil & Gas documents, providing a significant competitive advantage in Acquisition & Divestiture and Business Development activities.

For more information, visit www.agileupstream.com

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