McLaren Software is a market-leading supplier of engineering document control and project collaboration solutions to the oil and gas industry and other asset intensive industries.
Available in 13 languages, McLaren Software products are available as software as a service (SaaS) or as extensions to leading ECM platforms or a combination to meet a range of requirements.
Safer, efficient and compliant capital projects and asset operations
McLaren Software solution help to improve internal and external communications, by optimizing the processes that govern how information is created, revised, approved and distributed.
The primary benefits include reduction in operating costs, improved efficiency and risk mitigation supported by a comprehensive audit trail of all activity.
McLaren oil and gas clients include: AMEC, Apache, Bahrain Petroleum, British Petroleum, CNRL, Chevron, Esso Petroleum, Exxon Mobil, Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC), Marathon Oil, Murphy Oil, Wood Group Mustang, Petrobras, Powell Industries, Qatar Petroleum, Queensland Gas, and Talisman.
Engineering document control and project collaboration
McLaren Software, a subsidiary of IDOX, is a leading supplier of enterprise class engineering document control and on-line project collaboration solutions, helping owner operators and EPC contractors design, construct and operate safe, efficient and compliant plants and facilities. Operating in highly regulated industries all McLaren customers require the controlled and auditable, creation, approval and access to validated engineering documents and drawings.
Designed to support each stage of an asset lifecycle from front end engineering design (FEED) and capital projects, to handover / turnover, maintenance, repair, operations (MRO) and the management of change, built-in industry best practice processes ensure that all users follow consistent engineering document management and control processes via familiar applications and user interfaces.
McLaren Software is headquartered in Houston, Texas (US) with offices in San Francisco (US), London (UK), Glasgow (UK), Paris (France) and Frankfurt (Germany), with development centres in the UK, Belarus and India. Following significant success in Australia a new office will be opened in the near future.