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Total Workforce intelligence for Energy Companies: How to increase the return on employee and contingent labor spend Total Workforce Intelligence for Energy Companies: How to increase the return on employee and contingent labor spend.

Driving Wise Decisions

To be competitive in today’s economic environment, attentive workforce management is critical. A holistic approach should cover employees and contingent labor (including contractors, temporary staff and project-based hires).

Accenture and Airswift are collaborating to offer a robust analytics service to help companies select the right people in the right locations—enhancing agility in today’s competitive and fast-paced business environments.

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Data and Analytics Shape an Efficient Workforce

Accenture and Airswift’s Total Workforce Intelligence solution provides access to baseline data on integrated talent such as wages, skills, availability and locations—along with industry benchmarks. Based on the Accenture Insights Platform, this rapidly deployable service helps enable informed decisions for better workforce planning and just-in-time hiring.

The data and analysis are presented in a visually appealing user interface and dashboard to accelerate decision-making for enhanced spend and workforce performance.

Data and Analytics Can Shape Decisions for a Highly Efficient Workforce

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Easy to Use

Filters facilitate segmentation by employment type, tenure, function, and compensation information, and a wide range of settings provides multiple views of petro-technical capabilities, cost and availability.

The platform is designed to help energy companies enhance:

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    Agility in managing talent supply and demand
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    Strategic planning for future talent needs and succession
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    Business-centered decision making based on talent data
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    Spend and performance

Enhanced Results

Stronger control of non-employee spend.

The wealth of data and analytics can be used to negotiate savings on current contingent labor costs, and to avoid costs on future rate cards.

Improved talent planning.

Multiple data sources help energy companies manage the supply and demand of talent.

Higher productivity.

Gaining visibility into performance—by function, discipline, tenure and cost—helps build high-performance teams. Reducing cycle time for performance-management analysis allows more time to develop people into stronger performers.

The flexible, on-demand platform can be adapted to suit the needs of any organization. The Accenture and Airswift alliance facilitates specialized pre-delivery support for reliable, actionable data, as well as coaching to help organizations get optimal results from their data.

Regardless of economic conditions, having access to reliable and current industry data helps companies select the right people in the right locations, thus enhancing agility in competitive and fast-paced business environments.

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Meet the Team

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Stephanie Rogers

Managing Director
Accenture Energy Industry Group

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Brian Forbes

Managing Director
Accenture Resources Operating Group

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Robert O'Brien

Senior Manager
Accenture Digital

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Stephanie Rogers

Stephanie is a managing director in Accenture Consulting based in Chicago. She leads the HR and talent group in Accenture’s North America oil and gas practice. Stephanie has been with Accenture for over 15 years leading and supporting transformation programs for clients in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia Pacific. She has experience working with upstream, downstream and midstream clients across both the front and back offices. Stephanie has played leadership roles in a variety of transformation programs focusing on the areas of HR and talent, integrated workforce planning (employee and contractors), learning, strategic culture change, operating model design and design and implementation of complex change programs, including merger and acquisitions.

Brian Forbes

Brian is a managing director in Accenture Consulting based in Houston, where he focuses his work on energy clients.  He has helped his North American clients improve capital efficiency, speed of development, and reduce operating costs over the past 12 years.  His work has spanned upstream, midstream, and downstream as well as top tier oilfield service and equipment suppliers.  Brian has extensive experience in unconventionals (coal-bed methane, tight gas, and shale gas⁄tight oil).   His work in oilfield services has included major operational redesign, with a heavy focus on realignment of human capital roles and responsibilities.  His work in downstream and chemicals includes post-merger integration, operational efficiency, maintenance and reliability, and labor efficiency.

Robert O'Brien

Robert has more than 20 years of experience working in various industries and roles. His areas of focus include emerging technologies, data visualization, visual intelligence, advanced analytics, and management reporting. Robert was the architect for all standardized client reporting used by Accenture including the first digital dashboards used by the company’s c-suite. Robert has also created the design for several digital analytics applications currently being displayed in several of Accenture’s innovation centers.

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