Engineering Document Management for Utilities. Why you need strong Drawing Management.
There is an increasing demand for effective Engineering Document Management (EDM) and Drawing Management, primarily due to the increasing volume of new engineering documents and drawings.
If your disconnected system is not specifically designed for EDM and drawings management, your resources may be overwhelmed.
The Benefits of an Efficient
Quickly access drawings and related engineering documents (which is especially critical in emergency situations)
Grant all team members and external contractors the right level of access to documents and drawings, while protecting your master documents
Give team members peace of mind in knowing that the version they are working on is always the correct, latest version
Optimise plant performance by expediting the achievement of deliverables and reducing labour spent sorting out document and drawings questions
Optimize plant performance by expediting the achievement of deliverables and reducing labor spent sorting out document and drawings questions
Let us show you the ROI of a world-class system—our Meridian platform.
We invite you to read our downloadable eBook:
Getting Ready for the 2020s: Optimizing EDM and Drawing Management for Utilities
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“Getting Ready for the 2020s”, Optimising EDM & Drawing Management for Utilities.
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Highlights from case studies of organisations that have met similar challenges.
The links below, for SA Water and ActewAGL (Evoenergy & Icon Water), share details of their solutions.View Case Studies
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Having a rock-solid platform for all your documents and drawings also enables utilities to set effective KPIs for project completion on-time, within budget, and within specifications.
ActewAGL Case Study
ActewAGL Distribution is Australia’s first multi-utility to offer electricity, natural gas, water and wastewater services.
ActewAGL Distribution is Australia’s first multi-utility to offer electricity, natural gas, water and wastewater services. The company has 1,100 employees and provides services to more than 170,000 households throughout the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
SA Water Case Study
Committed support from all parties resulted in a smooth implementation, taking seven months from scoping to go-live.
SA Water is owned by the South Australian Government and delivers safe and reliable water and wastewater services.
Join us to learn more about how SA Water manages more than $13 billion of assets to deliver water and wastewater services to more than 1.7 million people across South Australia. Engineering drawings are at the core of managing these assets, with more than 300,000 drawings accessed and maintained in the operation of the organisation.
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