Raw Materials and Energy
Obtaining resources safely and securely
The increasing demand for raw materials and energy is requiring suppliers to tap new sources under extreme conditions. In addition to external conditions, increasingly stringent environmental regulations and elaborate permit processes are becoming growing challenges.
All stakeholders must therefore have access to the right information anytime, anywhere and continuously up-to-date during all phases of the project: exploration, development, production and decommissioning.
Projects in the area of raw materials and energy are typically implemented by a network of specialists in various disciplines, business, languages and project phases.
Controlled information processes help keep all stakeholders involved and thus form the basis for achieving the common goal.
Information flow from source to audience
Information is semantically stored and cross-linked as it is created in accordance with the Single Source principle.
Changes to conveyor and production systems are automatically passed on to all relevant systems and publications in a single, real-time process, including system, process, operations, training and audit documentation.
Every day on site, experts and users gain new experience and practical knowledge.
Through defined feedback processes, this knowledge is collected and evaluated to the benefit of the operation. You thus gain more practical and relevant content that boosts efficiency and safety and contributes to the long-term success of the project.
Consistent content, uniform wording and universal criteria prevent time-consuming and costly inquiries and back-and-forth corrections during permit processes.
With valid terminology, comprehensive quality assurance for translations and more than 200 working languages supported, our solutions give you the market confidence you need, even in regions where you don’t speak the language.
Example: 4D Query
Analyzing information use and demand reveals which information is searched for and read the most.
The results of this analysis flow back through dynamic feedback processes into the semantic information network and enable systematic adjustments in real time.
GRIPS retrieves information collaboratively as it is created from all available sources – from R & D to user feedback.
The information is recorded and stored use-neutrally, i.e., independent of its specific use. This allows the company to utilize the information effortlessly for all possible (and previously unimagined) channels and publications.
Example: STAR CLM
The STAR CLM automated corporate language management system manages even complex translation processes with relay languages, multi-stage translation workflows, collaborative project work and web-based in-country review.
The Transit translation memory system supports over 200 working languages, including African, Arab and Asian languages. This multilingual, multi-directional system can be used in any language direction, making translation more than a one-way street.