Engineering, Procurement and Construction solutions
Drive capital projects, streamline engineering document and data management and meet supplier requirements with OpenText Engineering, Procurement and Construction solutions
Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) organizations face a number of hurdles today.
Gaps in document control
The large volume of documents, models and data involved in EPC projects make distribution, access, interface management and review processes fragmented and ineffective.
Complex supplier management
Every EPC project introduces unique supplier contracts, deliverables and transmittals, requiring flexibility to manage shifting specifications and requirements.
Costly data transmission at project handover
Transferring final data for new assets from construction to operations can be time consuming and costly, with delays causing potential plant downtime.
Lengthy quality assurance cycles
The commissioning process for testing and validating new-asset operations is often long and expensive, as each system and sub-system needs to be tested against agreed-upon criteria.
Customer success stories
Benefits of OpenText Engineering, Procurement and Construction solutions
Efficiently control EPC information and workflows
Maintain a single source of truth for critical project documentation.
Drive on-time, on-budget project handovers
Deliver accessible, accurate asset information for operational integrity.
Seamlessly manage unique supplier requirements
Gain visibility into processes while ensuring data integrity.
Improve quality-assurance and commissioning processes
Bring content together for the handover-to-operations phase.
Engineering and Construction solutions
Better control EPC information, processes and risk
Facilitate efficient, secure and compliant B2B exchanges
Accelerate production workflows throughout the product lifecycle
Simplify collaboration and boost accountability with suppliers and vendors
Ensure high quality handover from Building Information Modelling (BIM) projects
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