Infosys Helped Oil Well Experts FTS International in Strategic Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Transformation

Fort Worth, Texas – June 22, 2015

Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services announced that it has completed the implementation of its Smart Oilfield Services Solution for SAP ERP at FTS International (FTSI), the largest private well completion company in North America, allowing the company to achieve a significant milestone in its strategic business transformation.

FTSI has grown rapidly since its inception. The company’s IT infrastructure, based on a series of legacy systems, required an overhaul to manage that growth and avoid keeping the company’s operations in silos. Within 14 months, Infosys helped FTSI implement 15 SAP modules across 20 locations for over 1,400 users, thus enabling the company to improve its operating metrics and to leverage an upgraded IT platform for future growth.

“I have never seen such a significant implementation go as quickly and as smoothly. This is significant because we were not only changing the systems, we were changing our company and its culture,” said FTSI Chief Information Officer and Chief HR Officer Sharon S. Stufflebeme. “Infosys’ tremendous footprint, level of expertise in SAP deployment, ability to work with both IT and business teams as well as its oil and gas experience made it the perfect partner for us in this important milestone in our strategic business transformation.”

One of the key drivers in the decision to select SAP and Infosys was the opportunity to implement a world-class ERP system and leverage industry best practices with the Infosys Smart Oilfield Services (OFS) Solution for SAP ERP.

“We have already realized the value of this transformation, including access to useful data that helps us in real-time decision making, tighter control on processes and procedures and improved visibility in the supply chain,” said Stufflebeme.

Rajesh K. Murthy, Executive Vice President and Global Head, Energy, Utilities, Communications and Services, Infosys, said: “The oil and gas market is very competitive and currently witnessing a period of significant change. The ability to deploy fast and adapt quickly are fundamental requirements for the technology systems in this industry. Our expertise in both this industry and in SAP deployments has enabled us to support FTSI in this major transformation.”

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