I am delighted that NNL has selected Workbench Enterprise to replace their Lotus Notes based IMS, and we look forward to working alongside the NNL team to deliver service improvements and cost efficiencies over the project lifecycle.
Matlock, Derbyshire, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 16 January 2014
NNL is a highly important organisation in the global nuclear industry delivering a full range of research and technology services across the entire nuclear fuel cycle to a range of customers. The company also provides independent advice to the UK Government and other stakeholders as well as working with other National Laboratories around the world.
Ideagen’s contract with NNL is to provide a next generation Integrated Management System (IMS) using Ideagen’s Workbench Enterprise software. Fully integrated system ‘dashboards’ will provide NNL executives with real-time data, tracking quality and compliance-related Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s). The new IMS will assist NNL in meeting statutory, regulatory and customer compliance requirements.
David Hornsby, Ideagen Chief Executive commented: "I am delighted that NNL has selected Workbench Enterprise to replace their Lotus Notes-based IMS, and we look forward to working alongside the NNL team to deliver service improvements and cost efficiencies over the project lifecycle."
He added, "Two further Ideagen projects at UK nuclear organisations are also showing good progress. We identified the resurgent Nuclear Energy sector as an emerging market opportunity 18 months ago and we are now seeing considerable interest for our solutions from the sector.”
Notes to Editors:
Ideagen Plc is a software development business specialising in information management solutions for organisations that operate within industries that are subject to high regulatory standards. As authors of an excellent portfolio of software products, the Group provides complete content lifecycle solutions that enable organisations to meet their regulatory and quality compliance standards, helping them to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
The Group has shown excellent growth, both organically and through strategic acquisitions, and is listed on The London Stock Exchange AIM market (Ticker: IDEA.LN).