San Diego (PRWEB) December 4, 2008
Enterprise Informatics, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise information management software, announced today that Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation has selected Enterprise Informatics' eB for Nuclear software product to increase efficiency in design engineering for its nuclear power plant, and to comply with guidelines of the Institute of Nuclear Power Operators (INPO®).
Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation owns and manages Kansas's first nuclear power generation station, which generates about 1,200 megawatt electrical -- enough energy for approximately 800,000 homes. Located just northeast of Burlington, Kansas, the Wolf Creek Generating Station has safely provided clean energy to residents of Kansas and Missouri since 1985, through Kansas City Power & Light, Kansas Gas & Electric, and Kansas Electric Power Cooperative.
Enterprise Informatics CEO Alan Kiraly explains, "Information management, including asset management, document management and records management in the nuclear industry, is a requirement for doing business. There are millions of documents underwriting hundreds of thousands of components that need to be properly tracked and stored while being easily accessible for operation use over the life of the plant. eB's unique information management approach to asset, document and records management coupled with enterprise-class server architecture, provides a solution that meets this need in a familiar and affordable Microsoft environment."
eB for Nuclear was developed based on INPO® and Nuclear Regulatory Commission guidelines, helping plants remain compliant with regulatory mandates. It consists of six integrated solutions: design engineering, compliance, information management, performance improvement, training and knowledge management.
"Wolf Creek's decision to license our Nuclear Design Engineering application reinforces the strength of the eB Nuclear Application Suite. eB's unique ability to model and link information and manage it through change has been proven to enable effective information governance and compliance programs across our list of prestigious nuclear customers," said Glenn Cox, Vice President, Nuclear Business Unit, Enterprise Informatics. "We are proud to include Wolf Creek in that group."
About Enterprise Informatics
Enterprise Informatics' customers save money by reducing the cost of meeting compliance requirements, improving operational efficiency, and lowering business risk. Enterprise Bridge (eB), the company's flagship product, ensures the integrity of controlled information and delivers it to business users in context that can be trusted to make informed business decisions. With 25 years experience, Enterprise Informatics serves industries around the globe, including government, utilities, transportation, financial services, engineering and construction.
For more information, visit http://www.enterpriseinformatics.com.
McLane Rieger Communications