Meet the New Qbyte CS Land ... And Say Hello to More Efficient Workflows06/11/2015
More than 300 companies in the Canadian upstream oil and gas marketplace use Qbyte CS Land (CS) as their main corporate land system.
That’s all well and good, but in today’s low-price environment, teams shouldn’t just be using CS, they should be using it to the fullest.
Here’s a quick look at just a few of the features that teams are using on a day-to-day basis to save time, produce better reports, and reduce risk:
- Related Files Tab: This tab combines 10 different tabs into one, allowing for quick and easy comparison without any tab-switching. You can now review all of the relations (even where there is no relation) in one list and drill down right from the tab.
- New Attachment Functionality; No Imaging System Required: With the new “Attachment” button, attach any file and view it directly from the “Select” page in browse mode with a simple right click. No imaging system is required in this process.
- Road Use Maintenance & Invoicing: We’ve made a ton of enhancements to this module – too many to list in a few lines – so be sure to check out our “How To Get The Most From Qbyte CS Land's Latest Release & Newest Features” webinar to learn more.
- Reporting Enhancements: New CS reports, new data-integrity reports, and new Qbyte Optix for CS reporting capabilities are all included in version 11.1. Enhancements to 30-plus existing CS reports, including additional fields, print options, and sorting capabilities, are also new in the latest version.
These are just a few of version 11.1’s new additions.
If you have any questions about these or the others, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-844-REACHP2 (1-844-732-2472) or drop us a line at QbyteCSLandSupport@p2energysolutions.com.
About The Author
Dale Peters, a Global Customer Support Manager at P2, has worked in upstream oil and gas for more than 25 years. A graduate of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), Dale has spoken at SAIT on behalf of the Alberta Society of Engineering Technologists. His interests outside of work include gardening and whitewater rafting. In 2007, Dale received the Province of Alberta’s Gold Premier’s Award of Excellence for his work with Alberta Energy on a project titled “Converting Manual Land Transfers, Postings, and Biddings to the Web.”