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Engineering Document Management for Utilities and Power

Engineering Document Management for Utilities and Power

The utility and power sectors energize our society, doing so by maintaining daily operations on and off the clock while adhering to rigorous regulations overseen by The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and other government agencies. Companies in the...
Document-centric Workflows – What’s Your Pain Point

Document-centric Workflows – What’s Your Pain Point

If your company has been around for some time you’ve most likely run into the issue of losing digital documents, mixing up files, experiencing communication issues, etc. The problem often starts with simply trying to find the document you need, but it doesn’t end...
A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words in a Workflow

A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words in a Workflow

So much of our daily lives is consumed with viewing of screens, phones, and TVs, with a continuum of images thrown at us. As advertisers have known for many years, a picture or image can often communicate a concept or idea better, and much faster, than a lot of words....
Transmittals Workflow: Updating an Old Fashioned Process

Transmittals Workflow: Updating an Old Fashioned Process

Services organizations have been using transmittal workflows for years. The process consists of collecting multiple documents — some contractual, some operational and some informational — and attaching a summary cover sheet to create a deliverable package. This...
6 Reasons You Need Cloud Document Management

6 Reasons You Need Cloud Document Management

From Workflow magazine The Cloud is often an undefined concept used in various descriptions. Software applications running on “The Cloud” can be running as a SaaS, a PaaS, on IaaS, in DMZs, in managed hosted environments, and in many other ways. But for our discussion...
The New World of Document Control Systems

The New World of Document Control Systems

For many organizations the document control systems function was the down-in-the-basement department mainly seen as the overseers of the large format engineering drawings created over the years. They were the vault owners, the watch dogs for the repository. As more...