Idox’s engineering information management division, Opidis, has been awarded a five-year contract by Wood to implement its cloud-based engineering document management platform, FusionLive, in its Americas business.
A global leader in the delivery of project, engineering and technical services in energy, industry, and the built environment, Wood required a software solution to support its supply chain and end customer communications.
Following an extensive review of solutions available, the company selected FusionLive. Danny Anderson, Wood’s Senior Vice President of Project Management, noted:
“We required a collaborative solution that enabled us to work more efficiently with our customers. After carefully exploring our options, we selected FusionLive from Opidis due to its industry-specific capabilities in vendor management. It enables us to make proactive decisions that mitigate risks, reduce project bottlenecks, and accelerate project delivery.”
The contract marks the latest milestone for Opidis following several large-scale document management contracts with organisations across the engineering industry. Opidis CEO, Philip Woodrow, commented:
“We’re delighted to be continuing and expanding our relationship with Wood. FusionLive will offer the team greater insight into the health of their projects; the ability to monitor team and vendor performance; and provide mobile access to their documents in the field. Opidis clients have seen project delivery times reduced by up to 20% using FusionLive, so we look forward to seeing the positive results Wood can achieve across its divisions.”
To learn more about how Opidis solutions have brought efficiencies to engineering companies worldwide, visit the Opidis website or call +44 (0) 333 011 1200.