The Information Management platform for Oil and Gas

Sirus is built on Flare’s vision of ‘integrated business information’. Sirus meets the needs of Information Management departments, as well as providing an enterprise search capability for general users. Sirus can also augment existing enterprise search initiatives.

The platform provides IM functionality for search, tracking, taxonomy management and automated metadata tagging and classification, as well as a number of additional integrated applications. Based on a common set of IM design principles and architecture, Sirus and the supporting modules can be configured to address business requirements and solve information management problems.

All modules are web-enabled and support web services that allow other systems to integrate with Flare tools, exposing lists, taxa, functions or requesting automatic tagging, classification or migration of content. The security module is robust, flexible and customizable.

The Flare Taxonomies provide the most robust, comprehensive knowledge map of the E&P business available today.
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Cortex is Flare’s central engine for delivering automation, tagging, rules, adaptors, content analysis and taxonomy management.
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The Catalog provides a persistent index, of common metadata tags, delivering performant search and visualisation capabilities.
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Tracker enables business and technical processes to be clearly defined and made visible, turning paper process into actions. 
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Folio combines a dynamic project environment with rigorous IM thinking. With an easy to use folder-like interface and the ability to integrate multiple repositories, Folio can bring together business assets, functions, disciplines and business process.
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Sirus is integrated with a number of optional general applications, such as Lessons Learned, or Action trackers.
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Sirus is integrated with optional E&P specific applications, such as Wellfile or Opportunity tracking.
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