Bharat Petroleum join hands with Accenture for digital sales, distribution platform
By Sanjay Maurya
- Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) collaborates with Accenture for Digital Sales and distribution platform.
- The platform will integrate exact time data from across Bharat Petroleum India’s network.
- The platform will also empower a company workforce of more than 1,00,000 across the country to make faster and accurate decisions.
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Collaborates with Accenture
On 13th April, Accenture said “we have joined Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) to help in the digital transformation of India’s 2nd largest oil and gas company’s extensive sales and its distribution network.
According to the Accenture company will use its capabilities in various terms like data, artificial intelligence (AI), and cloud technologies to build, design, and implement a digital platform, called IRIS”.
The platform will integrate real-time data from across BPCL’s countrywide network, including 52 liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) bottling plants and 250 additional industrial and commercial locations, to provide a consolidated view of its extensive operations. Above 18,000 fuel retail outlets, 25,000 tank trucks, 75 oil installations, and depots.
Bharat Petroleum director (marketing and refineries) Arun Kumar Singh said that Digital transformation raising opportunities for the oil and gas industry. Bharat Petroleum is going forward to leveraging technology to obtain sustainable growth, tremendous value, and improved efficiency.
According to the release, it will also empower the BPCL workforce of more than 1,00,000 across the country to make faster and more accurate decisions, including preventative maintenance.
According to the statement, a new stage will be fit for accepting more than 3 million inputs each second from robotized sensors, cameras, and Internet of Things (IoT) gadgets deployed at all key locations, tracking performance based on key parameters such as safety, compliance, fuel stock, safety, equipment health and boosting asset uptime.
Rahul Tandon, the state-owned company’s digital transformation head said, “Staging IRIS will not only bolster Bharat Petroleum digital capabilities significantly but also make better customer experience and transform operations at scale”.