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Peloton - ProdView Go

Peloton - ProdView Go

Peloton Computer Enterprises Ltd.

Oil & gas field data capture

3.0 Ratings 9 Reviews

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3.0
9 Ratings
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  • Fantastic Aug 7, 2018

    By ProdViewLover
    Easy to use, pumpers love it.
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  • Lease Operator Headache Jul 11, 2020

    By JazzerBrassateer
    07-11-20 *PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU UPDATE* I’ve updated the app to try the new navigation “shortcuts”. Honestly, I’m a bit distressed and am trying to figure out how to revert to the old update. I might have to leave my iPad at home and do production on my non-updated phone if I cannot. The navigation shortcut option, for those of you who have not updated, adds a bottleneck between each data point you enter with a box of options that either tell you to go to the next micro category or back to the parent menu. This is not helpful if you have 8 micro categories and only enter daily information into 4 of them, they are not listed consecutively in the parent menu forcing you to navigate through the categories you usually skip, and the unused categories like “Well Downtimes” cannot be navigated through without entering a downtime value. For my route, I subjectively want to say it’s increased my screen time and tapping by about 30%. At least I am making bank on overtime during this pandemic. Here is what I think the developer can do exactly to fix this: 1) Allow the production entry users to change the order of the parent menu order for each well. 1.a) Allow the production entry users to change the order of the wells and batteries when not using the GPS function. 2) Make a “Next” button and an “Add” button. The “Next” button adds your new data but goes to the next micro category, not back to the parent menu. 3) Take out the interrupting, redundant shortcut prompts after we hit “Add”. Have “Next” and “And” buttons together in the corner is a less frustrating, less time consuming, and palatable solution than the intermediary prompts. They feel like how I would feel if they put stop signs on the whole freeway for every exit. Original Review: I’ve got experience with several other production reporting programs and my input is from a production entry standpoint. Another review on this app says “East to use, pumpers love it,” by a user named ProdviewLover. Couldn’t imagine that being anything other a totally legitimate account. No. It’s impractical and patronizing in the counterproductive and condescending ways they’ve designed it. Below, I will elaborate why exactly. The entire app compartmentalizes everything. You cannot have one entry page for one well. Tubing and casing are a separate page apart from tanks are a separate page apart from production gas are apart from flare gas are apart from etc. Ticket entry is a hassle because inappropriate keyboards default for data entry, forcing me to change it every time. This is not customizable to me in settings. The GPS sorting function is a great idea on paper but with the wells as close together as they are on my route, everything scrambles up randomly every time I switch pages, regardless whether I’m moving or not. Every time I have multiple tickets entered and I click on a ticket to review, it brings up the wrong ticket. The entire app has a randomizing issue which is an impressive computing accomplishment if that had been on purpose. There is no ten-key pad in the entire app. The only options to enter numbers are the execrable scroll wheels for tank levels or the horizontal number line that forces us to ‘hunt-and-peck’. Give us the standard ten-key on the right side of the screen with the one in the bottom left corner and the “enter” key under the thumb. What is comfortable, interesting, and novel once is not always comfortable, interesting, and novel repeated over 10 or 10,000 times. It gets grating and very grindy. Also, it doesn’t help that the app randomly crashes multiple times a day and makes me log in again and wait for the app to wake up. The shear amount of page flipping, keyboard hassling, disorganized hunting, and having to log in again multiple times a day has added an hour and a half to my reporting compared to what I had with every other reporting software I’ve worked with. There is no flow to the app. As someone who has to streamline my day and be precise with my time management, the inexcusable design flaws has taken center stage as the worst part of my job.
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  • Fantastic Aug 7, 2018

    By ProdViewLover
    Easy to use, pumpers love it.
    more

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  • Lease Operator Headache Jul 11, 2020

    By JazzerBrassateer
    07-11-20 *PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU UPDATE* I’ve updated the app to try the new navigation “shortcuts”. Honestly, I’m a bit distressed and am trying to figure out how to revert to the old update. I might have to leave my iPad at home and do production on my non-updated phone if I cannot. The navigation shortcut option, for those of you who have not updated, adds a bottleneck between each data point you enter with a box of options that either tell you to go to the next micro category or back to the parent menu. This is not helpful if you have 8 micro categories and only enter daily information into 4 of them, they are not listed consecutively in the parent menu forcing you to navigate through the categories you usually skip, and the unused categories like “Well Downtimes” cannot be navigated through without entering a downtime value. For my route, I subjectively want to say it’s increased my screen time and tapping by about 30%. At least I am making bank on overtime during this pandemic. Here is what I think the developer can do exactly to fix this: 1) Allow the production entry users to change the order of the parent menu order for each well. 1.a) Allow the production entry users to change the order of the wells and batteries when not using the GPS function. 2) Make a “Next” button and an “Add” button. The “Next” button adds your new data but goes to the next micro category, not back to the parent menu. 3) Take out the interrupting, redundant shortcut prompts after we hit “Add”. Have “Next” and “And” buttons together in the corner is a less frustrating, less time consuming, and palatable solution than the intermediary prompts. They feel like how I would feel if they put stop signs on the whole freeway for every exit. Original Review: I’ve got experience with several other production reporting programs and my input is from a production entry standpoint. Another review on this app says “East to use, pumpers love it,” by a user named ProdviewLover. Couldn’t imagine that being anything other a totally legitimate account. No. It’s impractical and patronizing in the counterproductive and condescending ways they’ve designed it. Below, I will elaborate why exactly. The entire app compartmentalizes everything. You cannot have one entry page for one well. Tubing and casing are a separate page apart from tanks are a separate page apart from production gas are apart from flare gas are apart from etc. Ticket entry is a hassle because inappropriate keyboards default for data entry, forcing me to change it every time. This is not customizable to me in settings. The GPS sorting function is a great idea on paper but with the wells as close together as they are on my route, everything scrambles up randomly every time I switch pages, regardless whether I’m moving or not. Every time I have multiple tickets entered and I click on a ticket to review, it brings up the wrong ticket. The entire app has a randomizing issue which is an impressive computing accomplishment if that had been on purpose. There is no ten-key pad in the entire app. The only options to enter numbers are the execrable scroll wheels for tank levels or the horizontal number line that forces us to ‘hunt-and-peck’. Give us the standard ten-key on the right side of the screen with the one in the bottom left corner and the “enter” key under the thumb. What is comfortable, interesting, and novel once is not always comfortable, interesting, and novel repeated over 10 or 10,000 times. It gets grating and very grindy. Also, it doesn’t help that the app randomly crashes multiple times a day and makes me log in again and wait for the app to wake up. The shear amount of page flipping, keyboard hassling, disorganized hunting, and having to log in again multiple times a day has added an hour and a half to my reporting compared to what I had with every other reporting software I’ve worked with. There is no flow to the app. As someone who has to streamline my day and be precise with my time management, the inexcusable design flaws has taken center stage as the worst part of my job.
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