February 2015

Management and Information Systems

Use cloud-based document collaboration to complete projects

Capital and maintenance projects require the management of thousands of documents, which can be more easily accomplished with cloud-based solutions.

Baird, S., EMC Corp.

Capital and maintenance projects require the management of thousands of documents, which can be more easily accomplished with cloud-based solutions. Most hydrocarbon processing plants and facilities share a common document collaboration challenge, regardless of the department or type of company. Whether building a new plant, adding to an existing facility or operating an existing plant, document collaboration among many companies is required but often hard to implement and execute. These companies include the facility owner, engineering firms, suppliers and others involved with capital and maintenance projects. Even large companies and plants (Fig. 1) with the capability to manage projects

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