Sword CTSpace will attend the NIRMA 2010 Information Management Conference in Summerlin, Neveda, US, 15-18 August at the J.W. Marriott Resort and Spa.

At the conference, Sword CTSpace products director Tim Fleet will give a compelling presentation (technical session #19) on the theme, ‘Does the Cloud have a role to play for information management in the nuclear new built era?’ at 3.45pm on 16 August.

“In the last five years or so there has been strong growth in the utilization of SaaS tools for document collaboration and exchange with suppliers and partners,” Mr Fleet stated in a tantalizing preview to his presentation in a NIRMA newsletter interview. “It makes it easy to bring together a bunch of companies and automate business processes that would once have been very paper-intensive.”

Read the full interview on page nine of the NIRMA newsletter (‘NIRMA looks to the future’ section).

The Nuclear Information and Records Management Association (NIRMA) is the nuclear industry’s leader in information management. Since 1977 NIRMA has been uniquely qualified to provide guidance to commercial and Department of Energy (DOE) facilities in the areas of quality records programs, regulatory compliance activities, electronic records initiatives, document management technologies, and knowledge management issues.