Automation and real-time reporting through development of a Point of Sale (“POS”) system

The Case

Our customer calculated that trucking costs were the largest portion of water management process, due to inefficiency in liquid transfers. Thus they decided to enable real-time tracking of water disposal facilities empowered by digital transformation. The solution is a mobile Point of Sales System that represents a hybrid mobile application for iOS and Android. It supports offline capabilities and manual synchronization and advances the way different customers navigate the oilfield water landscape, while promoting the sustainable use of water resources in energy production.

The Solution

ScaleFocus team provided design and development services for the migration content, Ticket list/Create/Edit ticket functionalities, Add/Review/Replace Images functionalities and E-signature functionality – native modules. There are also nomenclatures synchronization, Offline mode support and conflicts handling, Authentication module, development phases. A REST API enables collection, aggregation and real-time reporting of data for real-time water transfers. PouchDB enables application to store data locally while offline at the facility and automatic synchronization with central back-end when connection is back on.


  • Reduced operational costs, due to time-savings in liquid transfers, optimization of truckloads and reduction of billing paperwork
  • Increased transparency in way-billing and simplified data processing
  • Reduced number of error-prone processes through digitalization, automation and real-time reporting
  • Generation of scalable water management database, which can be used for future big data analytics and strategic decision making

About the Client

Our customer is a digital oilfield intelligence company focused on developing software solutions for the end-to-end management of water in oil and gas operations. The technology leverages advanced data aggregation techniques and sophisticated analysis to uncover new economic opportunities and reduce the lifecycle cost of managing water for numerous stakeholders across the oil patch – land men, E&P operators, and service companies, as well as financial investors.