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SAP Plant Maintenance Work Order: How to Attach Files

A plant maintenance work order relies on supporting documents to ensure efficient and effective plant equipment optimization. To help with the attachment of documents in SAP, we have put together several ways to attach files to sap plant maintenance work orders and distribute them together as a package.

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Information Distribution

Global Plants & Remote Locations: How to Control Your Information Distribution

Recently, SEAL Systems was asked to help a company control their document printing and information distribution to global plants and remote locations. Read our recent blog to see how our information distribution platform can reduce paper waste and printer management, automate the delivery of internal work orders to thousands of devices & hundreds of sites, control everything from a single platform, and more.

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SEAL SYSTEMS CORPORATE OUTPUT MANAGEMENT:
AUTOMATING DOCUMENT PUBLISHING AND SECURITY

 

A robust Output Management solution can reduce the time and cost required to manage document publishing as well as increase the security of valuable corporate information. Corporate Output Management includes: centralized print device management, the ability to incorporate mobile devices, document security and automated assembly, incorporating required electronic signatures, watermarks and stamps along with batch file conversion.

 

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Centralized Print Device Management

Most enterprises have hundreds if not thousands of print devices. These devices are spread throughout different buildings, sites, cities, states and even countries. The corporate publishing environment often includes multiple device manufacturers with different print formats. Adding to this complexity is the need to introduce mobile devices. SEAL Systems can provide a company with a centralized device management solution that is device agnostic, includes alerts, print history and makes adding and removing devices easier.

 

Automated Document Security

Documents are a valuable corporate resource. They represent thousands of work-hours, generations of knowledge and millions in investment. Documents often contain proprietary and competitive information. Documents can also represent a liability to any company. The loss or theft of important documents can lead to reduced revenue or worse. SEAL Systems helps companies secure their documents through encryption, PIN and OCR based publishing, historical print data and automating the signature process.

 

Document Compliance

ISO, FDA, FAA, DOD, DOE, REACH, RoHs, ITAR all require corporations to provide evidence that documents are secure, up to date and meet specific regulatory requirements. Failure to manage documents in the specified manner can result in delays in product launches or interfere with timely payment and product delivery processes. SEAL Systems streamlines the compliance process by automating the necessary signatures, stamps, watermarks and metadata required to meet compliance standards.

 

Automated Assebly of complex Documents

Production orders, maintenance work orders, technical publications, purchase orders, RFPs and other documents often incorporate different document types and formats that may reside in various systems. Gathering, compiling and creating one cohesive document can take weeks. SEAL Systems automates this time consuming task by automatically creating a single format document. The end result is a professional document that can include a title page, table of contents and 3-D PDF.

 

Batch File Conversion

SEAL Systems provides an enterprise with an automated batch file conversation process. Whether it is moving files from a native format to PDF/A for long term storage or to a neutral format for distribution, we can make this a seamless process.

 

Partners

SEAL Systems is proud to partner with SAP, Siemens PLM (Teamcenter), PTC (Windchill) and Dassault Systems (Enovia and Solidworks). We have helped companies extend the functionality of these systems into the document management environment since 1989.

 

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