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FHFachhochschule (German: University of applied science)
FHFirst Half
FHFuneral Home
FHForgotten Hope (Battlefield 1942 computer game modification)
FHFamily History
FHField Hockey
FHFamilial Hypercholesterolemia (genetic disorder)
FHFellowship Hall
FHFull House
FHFood for the Hungry
FHFrequency Hopping
FHFarmHouse (fraternity)
FHFlat Head
FHFicoll-Hypaque
FHFermanagh (Ireland)
FHFreedom House
FHFriday Harbor (Washington)
FHFaith Hill (musician)
FHFrench Horn
FHFuture Husband
FHFacial Hair
FHFile Header
FHFronthaul (shipping)
FHFetal Heart
FHFort Hood
FHFire Hydrant
FHFamily Housing
FHFilter Housing (water and air filtration)
FHFundación contra El Hambre (Spanish: Hunger Foundation; Guatemala)
FHFull Health (gaming)
FHField Howitzer
FHFlight Hours
FHFort Huachuca (US Army installation in SE Arizona)
FHFumarate Hydratase
FHFrank Herbert (author)
FHFlying Hours
FHFleet Hospital
FHFaehrtenhund
FHFlex-Hose Co. (est. 1968)
FHFulton Hogan (New Zealand trucking company)
FHFacteur Humain (French: Human Factor)
FHFlag Hoist (US Navy)
FHFluor Hanford
FHFisherman's Horizon (Final Fantasy VIII game)
FHFilter Hybrid
FHFrame Handler
FHFull-Hole Tool Joint (oil exploration)
FHFunctional Hierarchy
FHFoot-Head (direction in medical imaging)
FHFédération de l'Horlogerie (French: Watchmaking Federation)
FHForest Headquarters
FHFrench Hardness (degrees of water hardness in France, Switzerland, Italy)
FHFremde Heere (German Intelligence Evaluation Service, WWII)
FHFunctional Holography
FHFuzzy Hugs
FHForschungsinstitut an der Hochschule (German)
FHFiring Incident
FHFrench Havana (rabbit breed)
FHFundación Hernandiana
FHFundacion Hernandiana
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Because of the sensitivity of the information, Fluor Hanford also needed a permission-based solution that would provide adequate security and allow various levels of access to users.
About five years ago, Fluor Hanford began working with Open Text to replace its 24 systems with one enterprise content management system.
"We wanted a one-stop shop for our records," says Benay Doolittle, IT Consultant for Fluor Hanford. The system has natural-language search capability similar to Google, adds Doolittle, which makes searching for documents easier--thus eliminating the need for file cabinets and warehouse storage of paper.
To accomplish its tasks, Fluor Hanford implemented Open Text's document management and records management systems as well as business process management capabilities, which control the workflow.
Fluor Hanford is currently moving those 40 million scanned images and index data into IDMS--making them into electronic records and enabling the company to discontinue producing paper documents.
Fluor Hanford wasn't necessarily looking at collaboration as a benefit of the system when it began work on the initiative, but this has become a growth area for the system.
All documents are now delivered electronically, which affords Fluor Hanford additional benefits such as version control (users know what document changes have been made) and notification (when an individual's document is changed, he or she receives a notice that someone has made that change).
Both Harry Sterling, IT director for Fluor Hanford, and Doolittle note that the implementation of IDMS was a culture change for employees, who represented multiple levels of computer users.
Since creating its IDMS, Fluor Hanford has realized many of its expected efficiencies.