Locus' ePortal Leverages SOA
Port of Los Angeles Selects Locus Technologies for Environmental Management Services
By: SOA News Desk
May. 5, 2008 05:00 PM
Locus has been selected by the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners to perform environmental site assessment, soil and groundwater investigation and cleanup, environmental compliance assessment and environmental information management services for The Port of Los Angeles. The agreement with Locus is valued at $1,890,000 for a 3-year period.
Mr. Paul Parmentier, Locus' Southern California regional
manager, will be project manager for the
The Port project will be supported by Locus' flagship environmental management software products ePortal, a web-based platform that runs key environmental data management applications. Locus' ePortal leverages Web 2.0 technologies such as Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), mashups and vertical searches. It also stores and organizes all of the customer's environmental data and information. Locus is the only environmental services organization able to offer such powerful data management and organization capabilities to its clients.
"Locus is pleased to support the massive operations at The Port of Los Angeles with our unique blend of environmental consulting and management. This project is an example of the specialized consulting and advanced information management services Locus provides our clientele that result in faster and less expensive remedy selection, implementation, and ultimate site closure," said Mr. Parmantier, Locus' Southern California Regional Manager for Locus Technologies.
"We are very pleased to add another Port client on the
list of transportation companies that Locus has served since its inception. Our
expertise for environmental liability management, coupled with the state-of-the
art technology for environmental management was the winning combination that
resulted in the
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