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DoxTek Inc., a leader in document management and software integration, has been selected by Intermountain Power Service Corporation (IPSC) to create a central electronic document management repository that will dramatically improve the Utah power plant’s ability to share and search critical documents, accelerate new hire training processes and increase business efficiencies across the organization.
“At IPSC we have an extremely high standard for compliance and safety. It was crucial to find a partner that could use their expertise and knowledge of document management to help us maintain the standards we have set and improve upon our ability to meet the needs of our customers,” explained Jon Finlinson, president and COO for Intermountain Power Service Corporation. “DoxTek’s innovative solutions and effective management of recent projects with Questar Corporation and the Central Utah Water Conservancy District provide peace-of mind that its team has the capability to deliver similar success for our organization.”
The project is scheduled to be complete by July 2013 and will include an enterprise-wide information sharing solution that increases accessibility for key IPSC internal employees, yet creates additional security for one of the leading power generation facilities in Utah. DoxTek’s solutions for IPSC will:
“Our collaboration will allow IPSC to maintain its rank as one of America’s best coal-based power plants in reliability, cost-effectiveness and environmental responsibility,” explained Michael Miles, CEO of DoxTek. “Our solutions will ensure new IPSC employees get up-to-speed quicker and existing employees can more easily do their jobs so the entire organization can work more cost-effectively, be better prepared for industry advances and provide necessary clean energy for more than two million local and regional customers.”