There are four good reasons for any manufacturing organization interested in staying competitive in this current market to utilize cloud-based identity and access management. Those four reasons have to do with the access to the supply chain, any sensitive or at-risk data, raising productivity while lowering costs, and simplifying overly complex system access. These are major concerns and finding a company that specializes in dealing with them would behoove any organization looking to increase their bottom line.

Depending on how vast an organization’s operations are the complexity of their supply chain will vary, but regardless of how varied that chain may be there will always be an advantage to be gained by utilizing cloud-based technology. Different vendors make use of different systems and with nothing in place to synchronize these interactions employees may be forced into manually transferring data which wastes both time and money.

Every organization has sensitive data which would be disastrous if it fell into the wrong hands. The world is full of hackers who are always looking to exploit vulnerabilities in systems for personal and financial gain. If an organization is going to take advantage of the benefits of cloud-based identity and access management then they need to make sure their information will remain secure on the server.

Raising productivity is important as it ultimately affects the bottom line. Manufacturers are under a heavy burden not only on the production end but also on the IT end as well. High attrition and technical issues can lead to loss of productivity as IT personnel struggle with out-of-date software. Streamlining this process will both raise productivity and lower the cost of doing business.

Manufacturing organizations have a large number of employees and vendors accessing their data system from a multitude of locations. The result can be an overly complex system in which app roll out becomes very difficult and disparate directories make locating products or users in other parts of the system a time consuming difficulty.

In solving these four important issues facing manufactures in the 21st century there is one company which specializes in all of them and offers their services at a variety of cost effective price points. That company is OneLogin.

Since 1938, the Mexican State first voted in to allow private companies to invest in offshore oil industry based in Mexico waters. This is the latest major step since 80 years ago where the country allowed foreign competitors to invest in its energy markets. The Premier stated that the companies that won the bidding and have started drilling oil are Premier Oil PLC, Sierra Oil, and Gas and Talos Energy LLC.

The launch was the first offshore exploration that was launched by Petroleum Mexicanos other than star run monopoly since when the country started nationalizing the oil industry. The Zama-1 well that is found in Sureste Basic in the state of Tobasco is estimated to have crude oil ranging from 100 and 500 barrels. Drilling of oil is expected to take 90 days, and it will cost more than $16 million. The companies responsible for drilling won the bid in 2015. Major analysts like Elaine Reynolds in an interview stated that this kind of project is a significant geological opportunity for success. The three main operators Premier, Talos, and Sierra hold the stakes of 40%, 35%, and 25% respectively.

Talos energy is a private firm that its expertise surrounds offshore production and exploration. They acquire assets in Gulf Coast and parts of Mexico regions with more emphasis on exploration, exploitation, and optimisation. The major investment of Talos Energy is 33 000 square miles of 3D seismic data which covers most acreage in company`s portfolio.

The technical team of Talos Energy has optimised drilling inventories for better evaluation, acquisition and various joint venture opportunities. Over the last 70 years, Talos energy has been at the forefront of advancing drilling techniques, geophysical technology and well control that has great significance in increasing development, exploration, and exploitation activities in Gulf Coast regions. What makes Talos Energy a successful energy company is its independent spirit as well as unique entrepreneurial style.