Enterprise Informatics, a San Diego company that sells Microsoft-based management software for industrial clients, signed up a pair of nuclear operators this week for its flagship product, Enterprise Bridge for Nuclear.
Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corp. in Kansas and Nuclear Fuel Services in Tennessee both selected Enterprise Bridge for Nuclear to increase efficiency in design engineering and comply with Nuclear Regulatory Commission guidelines, the company said Dec. 3.
Terms of the deals were not disclosed.
Enterprise Bridge is Enterprise Informatics’ flagship product. It was developed based on Nuclear Regulatory Commission guidelines to help plants remain compliant with regulatory mandates.
Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corp. owns and manages the Wolf Creek Generating Station just northeast of Burlington, Kansas, which generates about 1,200 megawatts , enough energy for approximately 800,000 homes.
Nuclear Fuel Services enriches nuclear fuel, primarily for the Navy. The private company is licensed by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and is expanding to provide fuel for the commercial market.
“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,” said Enterprise Informatics CEO Alan Kiraly. “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.”
Enterprise Informatics serves industries around the globe, including government, utilities, transportation, financial services, engineering and construction.
, Ned Randolph