Employee Spotlight - Ryan Robertson - Geoforce

Employee Spotlight – Ryan Robertson

Can you afford to lose visibility of this cargo’s location? For an hour? For a day? For a week? Of course, we all know the answer already: losing visibility into critical assets can mean losing even more: money, time, productivity, safety, sanity…

Ryan spoiling his 2 beautiful nieces!

This month we shine the spotlight on our Texas Tech loving, West Texas ribeye grilling, and #1 uncle – Ryan Robertson!

Sandra: How long have you been working with Geoforce?

Ryan: 6 years.

Sandra: What do you do at Geoforce?

Ryan: I am the Account Manager for our hundreds of customers in West Texas and New Mexico. I share commercial insights into how our customers improve their field operations with Geoforce’s software solutions, then help them realize that value on a daily basis.

Sandra: What are your hobbies outside of work?

Ryan: Hunting, fishing, any Texas Tech sporting event. “Wreck ‘Em!” And spoiling the heck out of my 2 nieces.

Sandra: What is your favorite attribute of Geoforce and why?

Ryan: Geoforce does right by its customers. This is a big deal in the close-knit network that is the Permian Basin. Through the ups and downs in the oilfield, Geoforce does everything it can to help our customers.

Sandra: What is your favorite thing to cook? If you don’t cook, what is your favorite thing to eat?

Ryan: It’s got to be a good ole ribeye steak, right? Are there really any other answers to this question? Now I’m hungry. I do believe I’ll go cook me a ribeye.

Sandra: What have you gained from working at Geoforce?

Ryan: An appreciation for just how fast technology can become a necessity in any industry. When I started at Geoforce, the oilfield was still a bit antiquated in terms of the use of technology. But things like Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the digitalization of the oilfield have since exploded exponentially, and it’s been really interesting to watch and be a part of it.

Sandra: What is something you have always wanted to do but never done?

Ryan: The only thing really would be to travel more. Lots of interesting places in this world that I’ve never seen! Would love to play golf in Scotland.