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Bruce Power

Nuclear Power Provider Welcomes Digital Transformation

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Bruce Power demonstrates compliance, enforces procedures, and manages critical collaboration with OpenText Content Suite

The biggest driver for information management at Bruce Power is both security and innovation. Obviously we’re a regulated business, and we have to comply with a lot of regulation. But what’s really important, too, is that we take the investment we’ve made in that platform and innovate from it.

Sarah Shortreed, Chief Information Officer, Bruce Power
Bruce Power CIO, Sarah Shortreed, describes her strategy of combining technology and operations, rooted in effective information management, as the foundation for innovation and growth.

Challenge

• Rigorous regulation and procedure rules
• Expansive, asset-intensive industrial environment
• Communication among critical applications
• Long term retention of readable, digital information

Product(s)

Value

• Audit trails ease proof of compliance, reducing risk
• Convenient access, reliable records enhance collaboration
• Single source of truth supports procedure adherence, worker safety
• Abundant data informs predictive maintenance for assets
• Digital transformation supports innovation

About Bruce Power

Bruce Power is Canada's first private nuclear generator. Bruce Power’s 2,300-acre site on the shores of Lake Huron houses the Bruce A and B generating stations, which each hold four CANDU reactors.  Over the past decade, Bruce Power has refurbished all four units at its Bruce A station, returning 3,000 megawatts of low-cost, reliable electricity to Ontario consumers. Combined with its Bruce B units, Bruce Power generates 6,300 megawatts, providing power to over one in four hospitals, homes schools and businesses in Ontario. For more information, visit: www.brucepower.com