We have quite a few clients in Canada. Calgary, therefore, has become our frequent destination for trade shows, client visit and drilling software training.
Just shortly after we released new version of CEMPRO (mud displacement model), we had a chance to visit a few cementing companies in this energy center of Canada.
As you may know, almost all oil and service companies have offices in downtown Calgary where 10 x 10 blocks share the same zip code of T2P. This time, however, one of our clients’ manufacture facilities we visited is outside the city.
We demonstrated the new version of the software to this client, which brought them some happy noddings. Later, they gave us a tour of their facility including the big shops where cementing trucks are built. We were much impressed by what we saw. As a software company, we are used to dealing with complicated equations, coding and interfaces. But what we saw this time is a totally different world filled with items as small as nuts and bolts, and as big as 18-wheels of steel, and everything in between. I did not even ask if I could take a picture, but the image left in my mind will last long time.
Later, I did take a picture of their break room area.
As I was wowing the 6 microwave ovens, the company representative mentioned me that there is same number of microwave units on the other side. You get the picture.
It is such a happy feeling to see our clients growing stronger and bigger. This particular client of ours is one of the first and faithful users of CEMPRO.
Looking at their state of art facility, we feel that we might have contributed something to their success.
Software development is a continuous improving process. As our clients are growing bigger and we earn more clients, they impose higher demands and expectations on our software. These external forces plus our own determination to deliver the first class drilling software create a positive output: better software and happy clients.
We are happy to grow with our clients.