PLEASANTON, Calif., Aug. 28, 2002 -- Documentum, a provider of enterprise content management (ECM), today announced that Exelon Corp. has chosen the Documentum ECM platform for a document management solution.
Exelon is working with Trinity Technologies, a Documentum Signature Partner that specializes in global energy, life sciences and manufacturing companies, to implement the solution.
Exelon Corp. is one of the nation's largest electric utilities with approximately five million customers and more than $15 billion in annual revenues.
Exelon wanted an integrated content management platform to enhance its ability to easily create, edit, collaborate, manage and distribute controlled content within an audited environment. The company was also looking for a comprehensive solution that could meet its growing requirements while supporting the company's wide range of content, such as licensing documents, standard operating procedures and computer-aided design (CAD) drawings.
"We were looking for a content management platform that was flexible, highly scalable and provided maximum out-of-box functionality," said Carol Anderson, vice president of Information Technology for Exelon Nuclear. "Documentum and Trinity demonstrated a true understanding of our industry and our business challenges."
"Trinity is pleased to partner with Documentum, our valued partner, in working to deliver a best-in-class solution for Exelon," said Joseph P. Morray, Jr., president of Trinity Technologies. "Trinity offers rich experience in helping utilities accelerate time to market with industry- leading technology such as the Documentum platform."
"Exelon will quickly enhance operating efficiencies as the company implements Documentum across its numerous plants," said Dave DeWalt, president and chief executive officer for Documentum. "The Documentum ECM platform continues to be the platform of choice for leading utilities, such as Exelon. Our position as the leading provider of ECM is further validated by Exelon's confidence in our solution."
Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Exelon has one of the industry's largest portfolios of electricity generation capacity, with a nationwide reach and strong positions in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic. The company operates the nation's largest nuclear fleet with 17 reactors in Illinois, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Exelon also operates coal, gas, oil/gas and hydroelectric plants.
Exelon distributes electricity to approximately five million customers in Illinois and Pennsylvania and gas to more than 440,000 customers in the Philadelphia area. The company also has holdings in such competitive businesses as energy, infrastructure services and energy services.
About Trinity Technologies
Trinity Technologies, based in Wellesley, Massachusetts, is a business process and systems integration consulting firm for the process industries. Established in 1995, the company has distinguished itself in delivering plant lifecycle information services, including systems integration, work process consulting and organizational change services to help companies better manage their Information Assets. Visit Trinity Technologies on the web at www.trinitytechnologies.com.
Documentum is an enterprise content management provider, automating the production, exchange and personalization of all types of content, making it easier for the Global 2000 to gain competitive advantage by connecting employees, business partners and customers, worldwide.
Built on an Internet-scale, XML-enabled and standards-compliant platform, Documentum products manage Web content, power portals, enable collaborative commerce, and solve regulatory content challenges. Over 300 partners across all major industries, including high tech, pharmaceutical, healthcare, consulting services, government, manufacturing, financial services, automotive, retail, and consumer goods, build and implement specialized applications using Documentum's content management infrastructure. For more information, visit Documentum on the Web at www.documentum.com.
Source: Documentum, Inc.