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Fortune 200 Company Launches Information Management Awareness Campaign

Geographic Diversity and Multiple Parallel Initiatives Prove Challenging

With over 25,000 employees and operations in 40 countries, this engineering, procurement, and construction company works in multiple markets worldwide.  In order to keep pace with rapidly expanding operations, the client decided to pursue multiple, parallel initiatives, including the implementation of a robust knowledge and conten

Information Governance . . . Positioning for Success

Growth Brings Need for More Formal Information Management

A mid-sized upstream Exploration and Production company was experiencing information management growing pains as their organization expanded.  They were beginning to feel the need to more formally manage their information assets, driven by the increased compliance and litigation risks that come with growth. 

Canadian Utility Company Realizes Operational Cost Savings with New Technical Records Program

What is the Real Value of Technical Records?

Records management programs tend to focus on the legal consequences of not keeping records that should be retained, or retaining records that should be destroyed.

SharePoint Solution Increases Knowledge Worker Efficiency by 10%

Importance of Leveraging Information Assets 

Upstream oil and gas assets often have a lifespan of 30 or more years encompassing cycles of exploration, development, and production.

Technical Records Management is Critical for Operations

Lack of information governance

In March, 1991 and March, 2005 routine maintenance turned deadly for two different refining companies.  Faced with loss of life, safety violations, and significant fines, these organizations had to make changes in their operations management systems and culture, including access to technical records and operating procedures.

Problems Managing Technical Records? Start Here.

How bad is it?

In addition to satisfying legal and regulatory requirements, accurate technical records can save a company hundreds of thousands of dollars in material and equipment costs, eliminate hundreds of hours of rework, and in some cases, have significant safety implications. 

Large Capital Projects Require Strategic Information Sharing

The Cost and Risk of Misinformation

Information, or lack of it, can result in unnecessary cost and risk.

Improve Findability and Lifecycle Management with an Enterprise Taxonomy

It’s frustrating not being able to find something you know exists

Like many companies, this global client had assets and offices in many countries without consistency in where information was stored and how it was organized.  Employees were frustrated by the amount of time needed to find information.  In cases where the hunt was unsuccessful, 

Out of the Box Thinking for . . . Boxes

 Storing physical records can be a straightforward affair. You identify what you can dispose, what you need to keep onsite, and what can be sent offsite.  But what if you can’t send your records offsite? Sure, you can find creative uses for all those boxes, e.g., ergonomic foot rests.  But how long before you run out of space for your employees as the boxes pile up?

Global Contractual Obligations Made Simple

The Need to Avoid Business Disruption

The ability to track and act on contractual terms in a timely manner is vital in today’s highly integrated global market to avoid business disruption and ensure compliance.

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