Infologic Inc.


InfoLogic develops geoscience software and data resources for petroleum industry scientists. Our products provide a central data repository for allowing unprecedented data flow, cutting-edge visualization capabilities, and secure access worldwide.

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143 Vision Park Blvd.
United States, 77384

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Infologic, Inc. was founded in 1996 to develop software solutions for scientists working with analytical laboratory data. We now offer a wide range of products and services related to databases, data management, data visualization, and secure web-based data access worldwide. Offices are located in near Houston in Shenandoah, Texas. Our affiliated state of the art analytical lab, Baseline Resolution, Inc. serves to support our ongoing software development. As of May, 2008 we have become part of the integrated Weatherford Labs group.Our worldwide list of clients includes companies such as:- ExxonMobil- BP- ChevronTexaco- ConocoPhillips- SHELL- AGIP/ENI- Anadarko- HARC- GeoLab Nor- JOGMEC- Norsk HydroGovernment and national entities include:- Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)- ECOPETROL (Colombian Gov't)- Geoscience Australia (Australian Gov't)- IMP (Mexican Gov't)- Petrobras (Brazilian Government)- PDVSA (Venezuelan Gov't)- SONATRACH (Algerian Gov't)Our senior staff has over 50 years of experience with analytical laboratories and related data systems. Over the past ten years, we have developed innovative approaches to enhance analytical data flow, streamlining laboratory operations and increasing productivity, both in the laboratory and for the data end-user.Custom SolutionsInfologic can create secure web-based data management and visualization solutions based on your company's specific needs. Every company is different. Some companies have databases decades old that were never designed to have the flexibility necessary for today's users' needs. Other companies do not even have current in-house databases. Data can come from a multitude of sources, including historical archives, in-house analytical laboratories, and vendors.- Database queries - Record retrievals/reports - Chromatogram visualization - Interactive maps, sample searches

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