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Project Information Management Solutions from Coreworx

Project Management Solutions
for Capital Engineering & Construction

Improve compliance to information management processes, gain insights through project information progress, and reduce information management related risks.
Coreworx Interface Management

Coreworx
Interface Management

Formalized & structured
communication between project
contracting parties
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Coreworx Document Management Solution

Coreworx
Document Control

Manage all project
information, documents, and
work processes in one place
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Coreworx Contract Management

Coreworx
Contract Managment

Manage contracts for engineering & construction projects, from
planning to close out
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The best teams around the globe trust Coreworx information management solutions to help them deliver successful project results.
Coreworx is used across 40 countries world wide More than 100,000 people are using Coreworx on their project Coreworx is being used on more that 2,000 capital projects around the world Combined value of projects using Coreworx is more that $1 trillion

The EPC Document Tsunami
on Megaprojects

Watch this webinar recording to see how you can make document processing easier for both document controllers and suppliers, while protecting the quality of project information at the same time.

Webinar Info
 
Avoid Scope Gaps Between Contracting Parties at Interfaces

Webinar Recording

Learn how integrating interfaces with the new schedule can reduce project restart challenges.

Webinar Recording

Mitigate construction risks with interface management: contractor turnover

IM Educational Resources:

Learn how interface management can help projects recover from unforeseen challenges.

Resource List

Controlled Collaboration - A safety harness for engineering documents

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Share your engineering documents with external parties while keeping them tethered to your repository.

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