Efficient Data Migration and Management for EDF Energy
Streamlined Documentum to Teamcenter migration
Improved nuclear power plant data management
Smooth data transition for commissioning and asset management
The primary goal was to shorten delivery times for nuclear power plants while adhering to project schedules
Efficient management and transition of 'As Designed/Construction' data was crucial
The project required a phased migration approach to progressively onboard connectors and the supply chain
A shift from Documentum to Teamcenter was needed to handle document management
This shift was driven by the expected growth, exceeding 10M documents and their configuration
The eQube®-DaaS platform facilitated data migration, integration with core PLM systems, and provided Analytics/BI capabilities
Teamcenter was integrated with 3 downstream systems using APIs
9 key dashboards were provided for 3,000 users
eQube® Products used
eQube-BI, eQube-TM, eQube-MI, eQube-GMP
eQube Connectors used: TcUA, Documentum (Oracle), excel, MS SQL Server Enterprise DB metadata
The DaaS platform served as a single solution for data migration and integration with downstream systems
The platform facilitated the key integration of the "As designed," "Commissioned," and "As built" configurations of the plant
eQube-BI delivered actionable insights through intuitive dashboards and analytics
Cost savings were realized due to the sunsettng of Documentum
Integration with downstream systems was made more efficient
Migration had 2 main phases
1A internal contract data
1B followed by contractor data with additional functionality and phasing by contractor/supplier groups
30m objects/relations migrated, 8Tb of data migrated
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