Unparalleled capabilities that enhance data governance

Verdazo BI is software that can scale with your organization’s growth and offer consistent reliable information delivery. Watch our video to learn why it’s the best visual analytics software for Oil & Gas.

Enterprise-scale capabilities and sustainability

Verdazo BI has more power and flexibility than any other Oil & Gas analytics software.

Consistent reliable data delivery

Stop relying on spreadsheets that break and burn up your users’ time. Create a single source of data truth across the organization that enables better communication and alignment, and reduces data maintenance costs.

Pre-built capabilities in a configurable environment

On top of a library of pre-built Analytics Accelerators, workflows and data visualization templates, Verdazo BI offers an open, configurable development environment.  You can either scale it yourself or leverage our team’s skills and experience.

Cost-effective scaling for organizations of all sizes

Our software scales effectively and efficiently whether your organization has 10 people or 10,000. We also offer data integration services and a flexible licensing structure that lends itself to your evolving business needs over time.

Rapid implementation saves time and money

Our team will get yours up and running fast. We accelerate implementation by using our library of Analytics Accelerators, which are pre-built configurations for dozens of core Oil & Gas systems and workflows — all in an open, configurable, administrative environment. Over the years we’ve performed hundreds of implementations with thousands of users. We do it better than anyone else.

The enterprise-class analytics engine

Verdazo BI delivers critical value all across an organization, catalyzing innovation while enabling scalability, repeatability, security and centralized, consistent business logic.

Capabilities at a glance

  • Delivers consistent, reliable information
  • Rapid implementation saves time and money
  • Centralized business logic
  • Flexible licensing structure
  • Provides enterprise-level scalability
  • Not a build-it-yourself toolkit
  • Offers an open, configurable environment
  • Purpose-built for Oil & Gas

Learn how Verdazo BI works for your IT Department

Whether it’s data integration and configuration, or broader Oil & Gas consulting, we’re the best in the business.

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February 17, 2022 by

VERDAZO ANALYTICS ACQUIRED BY OMNIRA SOFTWARE

Calgary, Alberta (February 15th, 2022) – Omnira Software, a division of Vela Software and Constellation Software, Inc. [TSX: CSU], is pleased to announce it has acquired Verdazo Analytics, Inc. (“Verdazo”), headquartered in Calgary, AB. Verdazo is a leader in discovery analytics software with a mission to provide energy producers with easy-to-use data visualization capabilities that inform decisions on production enhancement and operational efficiency. “We are thrilled with Verdazo joining the Omnira family and combining forces with MOSAIC. Verdazo brings the analytics capabilities to support our clients in their search for operation efficiencies, and in combination with MOSAIC, supports capital investment decisions to maximize shareholder value” said Francisco Gomez, Omnira Software CEO. About Verdazo Analytics. Founded in 2006 as Visage Information Solutions and rebranded as Verdazo Analytics in 2016, the company continues to navigate the leading frontiers of analytics and help clients across industries make smarter, faster decisions by revealing the hidden insights in complex data. Data Visualization Software & Visual Analytics Tools | VERDAZO About Omnira Software. Passionate about efficiency and high-quality data, the Omnira team created MOSAIC as a single-system software solution to help oil and gas professionals make better capital investment decisions to find and develop their hydrocarbon...

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February 2, 2021 by

Are You Making Money or Just Oil & Gas?

Are You Making Money or Just Oil & Gas? by Carolyn Pumphrey, CPA, CGA In the past year, everyone in the world has taken on roles they never expected. Parents became teachers, dining room tables became offices, and pets became our co-workers. Taking on additional roles is no stranger to those of us in oil & gas. While it used to be the engineer’s job to keep the volumes flowing and the accountant’s job to keep the dollars accounted for, lines have long since become blurred while everyone works to ensure the best financial and operational performance. Keeping production on and maximized is a thing of the past – we need to make money, not just oil & gas. Focusing on financial, as well as operational, performance ensures your company survives and thrives in tough economic conditions. Best of all, you don’t need to be an Accountant to quickly find opportunities to make an impact on your organizations bottom line. With limited time and resources, VERDAZO enables users to: Assess how your area is performing financially over time and relative to its peers; Identify and prioritize the assets to target to improve your areas financial performance; and Identify where to...

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December 7, 2020 by

Production Surveillance in Under Five Minutes.

As a producer, it is important to be able to quickly narrow focus to specific assets requiring additional attention and prioritize efforts to achieve optimal performance.  In this short blog, I will demonstrate a quick and powerful workflow I have often utilized as a Production Engineer.  This workflow will help you zone in on those assets requiring additional TLC. How is corporate production this week? How does it vary from the prior week? Which assets are contributing to any weekly variance? Are these assets underperforming compared to a theoretical capability? HOW IS CORPORATE PRODUCTION THIS WEEK?  HOW DOES IT VARY FROM THE PRIOR WEEK? As a starting point I must know how current production compares to the prior week production.  The chart below shows corporate total production for the week along with the variance from the prior week.  Is there a positive or negative variance?  Is that variance expected, or unexpected? Figure 1: Corporate Total Weekly Production Summary with weekly variance   VERDAZO TIPS Separate the different Y axis’s by clicking the icon with the two arrows pointing towards one another in the quick bar. Add Chart data in a tabular form by clicking the Data Viewer icon in the...

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