Services for engineering information management

Fast, simple access to reliable engineering information is essential for new projects and operational facilities. An effective strategy for engineering information management will increase efficiency, reduce costs and improve safety on projects of any size. Phusion has worked on some of the world’s largest capital projects and operational facilities, developing and implementing IM strategies to deliver corporate objectives.

Our range of services include:

Strategic consultancy   |  IM benchmarking and operational readiness   |  Class library development and guidance   |  IM handover   |  Vendor data collection   |  Spares optimisation   |  Cataloguing services   |  Engineering content

Field worker

Our core services

Content

Structured and reusable engineering information

Consultancy

Turn information into an asset with strategic advice

Data Factory

Unique, flexible information management resource

Engineering Information Management Software and Mobile Apps

We have developed a range of flexible, cost effective apps to transform your information

See our software

Phusion’s expertise ranges from strategic consultancy through to a full range of implementation activities, such as IM Handover, Systems Implementation and Optimisation and Materials Management. Clients benefit from free access to Phusion’s vast library of structured and validated generic engineering content.

Scopes of work range from full, turnkey solutions, through to a more hands off approach where Phusion trains and coaches clients to implement IM themselves. Turnkey solutions are typically implemented on large capital projects where Phusion is engaged as the Data Management Contractor providing a mix of software and services. Smaller projects and operational facilities are increasingly engaging Phusion’s Data Factory to assist with the implementation and optimisation of existing and new systems, as well as providing guidance, tools and processes to allow clients to take more ownership and responsibility for their own IM.

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