Houston, Texas, USA; 15 November 2011 – McLaren Software has today announced that its parent company, UK based IDOX plc, has acquired CTSpace from the Sword Group to create the largest enterprise class engineering document management and control software company.
Under the McLaren Software brand the combined product portfolio provides on premise engineering document management and control applications, complemented by cloud based project collaboration solutions to owner operators and EPCs in asset intensive industries.
Enterprise EngineerTM and Fusion EnterpriseTM are accredited by EMC and IBM reflecting the increasing industry support for specialist software companies creating applications for Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platforms.
WindowLogic have been selected to implement an imaging and document repository solution for a Singapore based financial institution. The solution using EMC's Documentum and Captiva product suites will be rapidly built and deployed to all staff within the Private Banking section of the bank as well as integrating with the bank's CRM and line of business applications.
EMC and WindowLogic have successfully concluded negotiations with BHPBilliton to implement iPick as their kiosk and browser based solution for published content within their 1Doc solution. iPick enables controlled content to be viewed on a kiosk or web interface, providing essential information to staff who need it but have no method to obtain it electronically. It allows administrators to direct relevant content to the appropriate access points thus reducing the amount of clutter at the interface as well as automatic publication of changes to shorten the time lag between essential information being written and being available to the relevant end users. A simple barcode-based method of checking if a document has changed allows staff to ensure that they're working off the latest versions of all their information and reduces the hard copy printing costs. The system also allows Management of Change facilities so that direct input from the end users is available to content authors thus improving the currency and accuracy of the content.
WindowLogic and the Water Corporation have agreed and executed on the renewal of the Managed Service Support contract for the corporations Enterprise Document Management platform.
WindowLogic have developed a solution for the automated review and approval of Zero Harm documents for BHPBilliton's Iron Ore Division using the EMC Solution set. All of these Critical Control Documents must be reviewed annually and updated. The solution developed the ability to publish content internally as well as report on documents that need to be escalated to achieve compliance.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) in Tasmania engaged Windowlogic to implement an Electronic Capture and Processing Solution for their Accounts Payable department. WindowLogic proposed the EMC Captiva InputAccel for Invoices product and related professional services to achieve the Department's objectives. The solution, which went live in December 2009, uses Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to classify, match and validate invoice details against the Department's Technology One finance system.
WindowLogic and Chevron have successfully negotiated a new contract for the provision of Information Management consulting, project and support services.
This agreement extends the relationship which began in 2005 and reflects the increased scope of services that WindowLogic now provide to Chevron's existing operations in Perth and Barrow Island as well as to the Gorgon and Wheatstone projects.
Porirua City Council (PCC) has selected WindowLogic as their EDRMS support partner. Porirua is a vibrant city in the Wellington region surrounding a magnificent harbour.
WindowLogic is very pleased to be able to partner with this progressive New Zealand council to support PCC’s leverage of their information management investment aimed at delivering enhanced services to their ratepayers.
The Council has an exciting program of application upgrades and enhancements planned over the coming years with their EDRMS being one of the key enablers.
Palmerston North City Council (PNCC) is at the geographical center of New Zealand with a demographic reflective of the City’s educational strengths.
PNCC has selected WindowLogic to support their strategic information management solution.
The Council is looking to WL as an information management partner with a breadth of long-term strategic and operational capabilities to augment their in-house capability to ensure that the Councils stakeholders receive best value and service.
We are delighted to announce that Wellington City Council (WCC) has selected WindowLogic as their EDRMS support partner.
WCC chose WindowLogic as a strong partner with a strategic information management perspective as well as support their existing (1200 users) Open Text eDocs environment.
WCC is one of New Zealand's largest territorial authorities and as their website states the Council wants to capitalise on the City's competitive advantages to help achieve economic growth, greater prosperity and an improved quality of life for all Wellingtonians.
WindowLogic is looking forward to assisting the Council achieve these objectives.
NSW State Contracts Control Board accepts WINDOWLOGIC as a Systems Integration and Managed Services provider on the Government Selected Application Systems (GSAS) Information Asset Management Systems (IAMS) Implementation and Managed Services (SIMS) panel.
The IAMS panel currently consists of 10 vendors (9 with the Open Text acquisition of Vignette).
With the appointment to the SIMS panel WindowLogic are qualified to deliver both implementation and managed services pertinent to the Open Text Pty Ltd, EMC Global Pty Ltd and Interwoven Pty Ltd (Autonomy Corporation) solutions.
The New Zealand operation of a major International Insurance Company (a leading specialist provider of insurance products and services), has chosen Appian BPM software and WindowLogic to deliver a capability to streamline business processes to make them more efficient and to gain competitive advantage while extracting maximum value from their electronic data repositories in combination with their considerable personal expertise of their specialist staff. Their first process has been deployed and they are now looking to extend this capability to other business processes.
Hunter Valley Coal have selected and successfully implemented iPick as their browser based intranet solution for published controlled documents. The project incorporated the publishing of approximately 10,000 documents and was completed successfully within 6 weeks.
Newmont Australia selected WindowLogic to supply, install, configure and support a Document Control solution for their newly commissioned Boddington gold mine. WindowLogic proposed an EMC Documentum and McLaren Enterprise Engineer solution along with an in-house built intranet solution to deliver approximately 50,000 key procedural and plant design documents to operations staff.
VicSuper, an Australian superannuation fund based in Melbourne, selects WindowLogic as their implementation partner to develop and commission their EMC Captiva InputAccel mailroom solution. Windowlogic will provide end-to-end consulting services in analysis, design and configuration through to product training and solution support. The purpose of the capture solution is for EMC Captiva to electronically capture and process hard copy forms and cheques, with validation and export to VicSuper's Business Process Management (BPM) application, Case360.
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