Customer collaboration inspires creation of a new name in subsea integrity management

Elementz CEO Jason Brown

A NEXT-generation name in subsea asset integrity management software has been launched to meet the evolving demands of the subsea ecosystem.

Elementz is a new subsidiary of Aize, established to take a wealth of experience in industrial software provision to new heights.  This new entity aims to enhance existing support and focus for a growing global client base of multinational operators across the US, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and APAC.

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With a dedicated team based in Aberdeen, Elementz specialises in robust and trusted Software as a Service (SaaS).  The core offering provides a range of comprehensive applications or “elements” to enable users to build End-to-End (E2E) integrity frameworks for their subsea assets, providing all the functionality needed to serve as the core integrity platform to effectively plan, execute and report on all integrity and inspection activities.

Commenting on the launch of Elementz, CEO Jason Brown said: “The creation of Elementz represents a natural progression of an offering which is already widely respected as a safe pair of hands by our customers.”

“Driven by their support, Aize has empowered us to stand alone as a new entity because, in many cases, our growth journey mirrors the transformation and modernisation of their own horizons. This shared goal drives us forward with mutual confidence and optimism.”

“While excited about the future, we are also very proud of our legacy, which undoubtedly resonates within the market.  Using this knowledge and experience, we will be 100% focused on enhancing our offering and support in partnership with our customers, continuing to be an integral part of a broader and more sustainable digital ecosystem.”

He added: “Our name might be new, but the knowledge and expertise behind Elementz have a long and solid track record, giving us the solid foundation needed to continue to meet our future growth aspirations.”

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