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Stanwell Corporation selects LogicaCMG for public records compliance

Posted: 15 March 2006

LogicaCMG and Hummingbird reported a new contract to supply an Electronic Records and Document Management System (eDRMS) to Stanwell Corporation Limited, a generator and supplier of electricity to the National Electricity Market (NEM).

LogicaCMG will design and implement a business solution, which is intended to improve storage of mission critical information and access to it.

The solution will be configured to ensure regulatory compliance with the State Government's Public Records Act of 2002 relating to control documents, drawings, electronic records, schematics and plans.

Stanwell will consolidate four legacy systems for document management into Hummingbird's Enterprise Content Management solution

LogicaCMG and Hummingbird were selected on the basis of superior functional capabilities, a business focused design and implementation methodology and the existing whole-of-government license agreement with Queensland State Government. Hummingbird Enterprise Content Management will replace existing technology systems including Concord, IME and Pafec.

"LogicaCMG is rapidly establishing itself as a leading supplier of eDRMS solutions to federal and state government agencies across Australia," said Colin Holgate, CEO, LogicaCMG in Australia. "These organisations hold a lot of valuable information about public works, property and infrastructure. The documentation associated with these assets is therefore of high value and needs to be managed in an efficient, secure and yet accessible fashion, which is why we see demand for eDRMS."

Stanwell Corporation Limited is a power generator with a portfolio comprising coal, wind, hydro and bioenergy power generation facilities.

A Queensland Government owned corporation, Stanwell was formed in 1997 to satisfy demand for energy from industrial and residential end users in Queensland and other Australian states served by the National Electricity Market.



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