Customers can now accelerate project execution by optimising critical business processes with EMC Documentum
EMC has released a new application, Documentum Engineering Plant and Facilities Management (EPFM) which provides secure, efficient access to "as built" engineering drawings and related content that reduces the risk of project shutdown or downtime.
The new application will address the challenges like misplacement or loss of critical project data, lack of collaboration and content sharing, and high risk due to non-compliance faced by energy plants, engineering and construction companies and facilities teams.
The new application focuses on project-centric and repeated processes for managing large numbers of documents and validating bulk imports of documents.
The new application was built on top of the EMC Documentum platform and supports collaboration across multiple parties such as employees, clients, partners and regulators.
Documentum EPFM includes configuration options that facilitate users control over content, information governance through role-based security, and simple document lifecycle and access control based on business document type.
The new application will help customers accelerate project execution by optimising critical business processes with EMC Documentum and reduce unplanned downtime by delivering the right content fast.
It also minimises the risk of Environmental Health Standards (EHS) non-compliance by improving collaboration inside and outside the firewall and optimises the plant maintenance process with enterprise content management (ECM) and maintenance systems integration.