As an established, internationally active manufacturer of medical devices, MAQUET is subject to FDA regulations with very high quality standards. This is particularly true in the area of product documentation, where MAQUET places high demands on the quality and security of documents in circulation and archived. In this case study you will read how the medical technology manufacturer MAQUET maps release processes using digital signatures, how the company converts documents to the long-term PDF/A format and how conversion processes are monitored directly from the SAP system.
Have you checked out our YouTube channel lately? We have created multiple videos to support our customers. You can find out how our software can benefit your company or watch “how to” videos on working in SAP.
If problems occur when checking out documents from the KPRO of the SAP DMS, troubleshooting begins. This blog articel describes how to get the error message quickly and easily.
Working heavily with SAP materials management, linking in document records, and then bringing these across to various business processes with purchasing, maintenance, production, sales and more, it’s important to automate any delivery of the documents and information to ensure reliable and secure results. With SEAL Systems output solutions, bringing your materials and all relevant documentation becomes a snap click.
In this article you will learn, how to activate the Business Document Serivce for Business processes. Our tutorial starts the creation of a new document type for quality certificates and Ends with a linkage of the new document type and a production order.
Dr. Uwe Wächter
With Direct Publishing from SEAL Systems, data and files are automatically compiled into a new document. The data for this procedure can be located anywhere, even distributed. This saves time, money and efforts, reduces errors and ensures fast, smooth processes. Read more about how this works and what Direct Publishing can do for you in our new white paper.
I have to admit my first year at SAPPHIRE was pretty over-whelming. This is a gloriously large and well organized conference with 100s of sessions, SAP kiosks, partner booths and daily keynotes. Around 20,000 people attended and a million participated virtually. Aside from meeting our partners Cideon, LeverX and Utopia in person, I believe I got the most out of the keynote speakers. I was surprised, and pleased, to hear high level business executives discuss the impact innovation and automation will have on many people along with how they are planning to bridge the skill gap. Business can, and often does, have a positive impact on community and can help solve the challenges that lay ahead for all of us. I look forward to next year’s conference and hope to see you there.
In this case study about SAP bill of material explosion you will read which challenges SwissOptic had to solve in the output of construction and material parts lists and how this output was simplified and automated by the material BOM explosion of SEAL Systems. Furthermore you will see which advantages the ECTR integration offers.
Wheelchairs consist of a multitude of components and functions, each of which is assembled individually for the respective requirements of the patient. Up to now, however, it was not possible to supply individual instructions for use with these specially built wheelchairs. Rather, the instructions for use always included a description of all potentially possible components instead of being limited to the functions built into the wheelchair. This led to confusion for the customer and specialist staff and at the same time to unnecessarily high printing costs. The manuals have also only been translated into a limited number of languages.
The first step to meeting ISO, DOD, DOE, DOT, FAA, FDA, ITAR, and other regulatory requirements, is keeping accurate and organized documents. These documents are often complex, with information residing in several systems and consisting of multiple file formats. Creating a unified document is often a time consuming and tedious task that can result in costly errors. In this video I will briefly discuss how this process can be automated reducing production time and mistakes while creating a standardized document that meets regulatory requirements.
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