Monday, January 24, 2005
Case Study highlights use of project collaboration across Fluor as well as some specific benefits and lessons learned on a large capital project in Russia
HOUSTON, Texas - January 24, 2005 - Software Innovation Inc., a leading provider of project collaboration solutions to large capital projects, today announced at the Daratech PLANT2005 conference that the company was releasing a key case study.
A summary of the case study:
Fluor's Projects OnLine solution is in use by more than 16,000 users across 60+ projects throughout Fluor, representing terabytes of data and rapidly growing in terms of usage. More than 1.5 million file transactions in the last 7 months alone. This case study examines the use of Project OnLine as a key tool in Fluor's MasterPlant suite, with special focus on a major megaproject nearing completion in Russia where more than 750 users have managed over 50,000 documents and drawings using Projects OnLine to successfully complete a major capital project.
The case study was presented by Darla Meriam the TDM Department Manager at Fluor Corporation and was well received by the delegates at the Daratech PLANT2005 conference.
Copies of the case study and associated presentation are available by contacting Software Innovation.
About Software Innovation
Software Innovation is the developer of Coreworx™ solutions, providing secure global worksharing to support the entire lifecycle of large capital projects. These integrated solutions help enhance capital projects by dramatically reducing costs, reducing project timelines, and by mitigating legal and financial risks. The company also delivers tailored technology solutions for clients in a variety of vertical markets, based on Coreworx project collaboration solutions. Founded in 1997, Software Innovation is based in Toronto, Canada and services clients throughout North America and around the world. Coreworx is in use on more than 70 capital projects with over 16,000 users worldwide. For more information, see www.softinn.com.