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Meet James McDonough, Founder and CEO of SEE Forge creators of FAT FINGER

James McDonough is a passionate entrepreneur with a tier-1 management consulting background focused in strategy and operational excellence. Follow him @jamesgmcdonough. Source: businesscollective.com “Just because you don’t have a finance background doesn’t mean you can’t keep careful track of your

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Innovation at the 1st Annual Northeast Wireless Safety Summit

New York, February 4, 2015 – SEE Forge Inc., provider of the energy industry’s premier automation platform for collecting, visualizing and analyzing field-based processes via a FatFinger™ mobile app,  today announced the company is presenting at the HPC Wireless Safety

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5 ways mobile applications improve operations in the oil and gas industry.

Health, safety and environment (HSE) is a huge concern in the oil and gas industry. Safety fails in the industry might have fatal consequences, and during the last couple of years, there have been some devastating accidents in the oil

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Win the competition of recruitment in the oil and gas industry

The oil and gas industry in the US is a highly competitive business. If you are going to ensure that your company come off on top you have to make sure you are recruiting the very best people. Simplifying the

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Could a mobile safety app have prevented the Deepwater Horizon oil spill?

Streamlining reporting from the employees in the oil and gas industry by using mobile reporting systems might save environment, money, lives and secure an overall safer oil and gas industry The time is 9.45 pm in an April day like

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