TM ONE partners EPOMS to digitalise O&M solutions

KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd's business solutions unit TM ONE has teamed up with Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd's subsidiary E&P O&M Services Sdn Bhd (EPOMS) to digitalise operations and maintenance solutions for EPOMS.

The parties said in a joint statement that TM ONE will be appointed as one of EPOMS's official technology collaborators in providing end-to-end digital solutions for a more connected workfroce and data mangement.

“This digital collaboration will give EPOMS the needed technology and resources to accelerate the pace of our existing integrated database management system, MyEPOMSx, in its expansion and digital placement,” said EPOMS CEO Anuar Abd Rahman.

TM chief operations officer Imri Mohktar said the collaboration serves as an opportunity for TM ONE to showcase its digital assets and how it enables the IR4.0 by providing end-to-end solutions.

"Our aim is to work hand in hand with EPOMS to realise its vision in offering integrated frontline O&M services for all floating and fixed offshore facilities for Upstream business operations," he said.

The partnership employes three digital initiatives, namely the Smart Safety Helmet, Connected Workforce and Predictive Maintenance solutions.

TM ONE will provide end-to-end connectivity, data management, cloud services as well as customised solutions for areas of concern in asset integrity and asset reliability.

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