WELLKEEPER OPENS NEW OFFICE IN DENVER
Oil & Gas Remote Production Monitoring Company Expands to Denver Tech Center
Contact: Julianne Horn, The Garrity Group
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Denver, CO – Oil and gas remote production monitoring company Wellkeeper, Inc. announced its sixth office location near the Denver Technological Center on Tuesday. The office will be home to additional software development staff and help accelerate the delivery of new software to Wellkeeper customers.
“Expanding into Denver is an exciting next step for Wellkeeper, as we work to increase our presence in the Northern Rockies,” said Jim Taylor, Wellkeeper Chief Operating Officer. “The Denver metro area gives us access to an extensive pool of software talent and we look forward to growing our software team in the future.”
Wellkeeper is headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico with sales offices in Midland, Houston and Dallas, Texas as well as Gillette, Wyoming. The potential for new jobs at the Denver office will continue to grow as Wellkeeper further expands its software team.
Wellkeeper pioneered their all-in-one system of remote data monitoring, communication service and field maintenance to provide a wealth of data for oil and gas producers that can be customized to meet unique business goals. Utilizing precision sensors and digital cellular, satellite and radio communication technologies, the Wellkeeper system generates around the clock data on oil and water tank levels, pressures, flow rates, production equipment status and an array of other measurements for their customers. Wellkeeper manages all stages of the system from installation to maintenance, eliminating the need for internal IT support.
Wellkeeper’s customers can access data reports from any Internet connected computer; managing and setting alarms, building phone or email notification trees and reviewing stats, all without stepping foot on an oil or gas lease. When needed, Wellkeeper also sends alerts via email, phone or text message for any user-defined alarm. Wellkeeper monitors over 1,000 active sites and has customers across ten states.