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ClearStream, a leader in Construction, Maintenance and Turnaround services, is pleased to announce a new strategic alliance with Cumulus Digital Systems and the launch of the “Cumulus Smart Torque System (STS)” in Canada. We will be implementing the cutting-edge technology across our Canadian operations to improve our processes and minimize our client’s downtime, maximize their profitability, while ensuring long-term asset integrity.

Flint Cumulus 2020Click on the image to view the PDF fileDeveloped by Cumulus, STS is a patented end-to-end quality and productivity management system for mission-critical bolted joint operations. STS provides a single source of truth for quality assurance and progress tracking in maintenance and construction activities, as well as a digital solution for real time transparent data tracking and automated record keeping of bolted joint management activity. The system improves quality assurance by enabling quick and easy reviews by management and informed and timely sign off by inspectors, reducing costs by up to 60%.

“We are excited about our collaboration with Cumulus, and providing unrivaled value for our clients,” said Yves Paletta, Chief Executive Officer of ClearStream Energy Services Inc. “We believe this alliance will continue to move our company in the right direction as it pertains to our digital technology journey, while allowing us to further gain a competitive edge throughout Canada”.

Cumulus is an industry leader that was named IoT Startup of the Year in the Annual IoT Breakthrough Awards Program in 2020, and named to CNBC’s 2019 Upstart 100 List. “We are dedicated to helping industrial facilities around the globe improve safety, quality, and worker productivity with digital technology.”, said Matthew Kleiman, Chief Executive Officer, Cumulus Digital Systems Inc., “We are privileged that ClearStream Energy Services Inc has chosen the Smart Torque SystemTM to be part of their service offering for providing best in class solutions for the needs of the energy and industrial markets across Canada.”