SAP-Centric EAM is an excellent conference to attend because it showcases cutting-edge technologies for enterprise asset management and SAP maintenance orders. Here are some highlights from the event along with information on SEAL Systems’ innovative solutions.
In this blog post, we outline some use cases for our solution – digital signature – and explain how SEAL Systems integrates it into your business processes.
Wrench time, or tool time, is the measurement for maintenance productivity and measures the time plant maintenance technicians spend working with their tools at a given time. Lackluster wrench time can affect plant maintenance efficiency. Therefore, finding solutions that can maximize wrench time is necessary if you want to optimize your maintenance process.
There are many benefits a company can reap from EAM. To experience an in-depth look into the latest solutions and strategies for Enterprise Asset Management, attend SAP-Centric EAM from March 18 – 20. EAM, or Enterprise Asset Management, is the name given to the strategic management of physical assets. Therefore, EAM software helps make sure that a company’s assets are managed in the most efficient way. A company uses EAM software to plan, execute, optimize and track the maintenance activities with the corresponding priorities, skills, materials, information, and tools.
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Office documents can be structured in such a way that they do not reveal their entire content immediately. In other words, embedded files can be "hidden" in Office documents. For archiving purposes, embedded files must be backed up to make sure information is not lost - at any time. Unfortunately, archiving Office documents by themselves is not a solution because archiving cannot take place in an application format. The working documents must be converted into a visually identical, standardized, long-term and revision-proof file format. In other words, any information visible in the working document must also be visible in the archived document, including embedded files. PDF/A can meet this requirement.
Every plant operator and manager should take plant maintenance seriously to avoid unexpected down time, lost production and increased operational costs. Successful plant maintenance requires a regimen that ensures efficient and effective plant equipment optimization. SAP Plant Maintenance helps with this – and can assist with so much more.
SEAL Systems and CENIT are collaborating to offer a webinar on SAP engineering change management and data package distribution. The webinar will demonstrate best practices in automating your SAP engineering change management and CAD workflows to process, release, package, and distribute information including viewable files.
With PLOSSYS® netdome, SEAL Systems offers a robust and powerful Corporate Output Management Engine. In over 35 years, SEAL Systems' PLOSSYS engine has been trusted by more than 1,500 customers worldwide. PLOSSYS 5, our newest product from the PLOSSYS series, is especially designed for cloud operation in architecture and technology, without sacrificing the possibilities of on-premise installation. Both operating modes can even be combined in the future.
A Public Insurance company was looking for a new conversion solution with two main requirements: 1. an extension of the existing conversion processes to include other types of digital documents, in particular application formats (about 5,000 files per working day). 2. on-the-fly conversion of TIFF files from the archive to PDF to enable rapid delivery to customers in a customer portal (approximately 1,000 files per business day). With the Digital Process Factory as conversion server, SEAL Systems solved the challenge in no time at all.
Data redundancy results from data not being stored in a central location. It is not intentional, but it happens frequently. A product information management system helps eliminate redundancies by providing a central and easily accessible data solution. Learn more.
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