The Corporate Conversion Service (CCS) in the cloud serves all document conversion requirements in your company. As Software as a Service (SaaS), it automatically scales with your business processes. Its architecture is optimized for cloud operation without sacrificing the possibilities of a classic on-premises installation. Operation in modern cloud platforms makes it universally applicable.
A digital solution can revolutionize manufacturing production processes for any enterprise. By implementing a paperless production solution, work time and errors are substantially reduced. Read our recent blog to learn how digital manufacturing can transform your workflow.
As software provider for the manufacturer-independent output management solution "PLOSSYS® netdome" SEAL Systems always deals with questions of security in the context of printing and electronic distribution. In this context we work together with different IT committees and interest groups to contribute to standards and guidelines.
Output management technology is an asset to any enterprise-level business. According to Technavio, "The need to reduce operational costs in IT departments is driving the global market for output management software. As a result, the market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.56% in the foreseeable future." Read our recent blog to learn how output management achieves its ultimate goal to ensure that the right information is available at the right time, in the right place, and in the correct format with minimal effort required by employees.
Document security and integrity of signed documents is a major concern for manufacturing. Electronic signatures have some alarming security gaps. For example, it is possible to make changes to a document with a PDF editor that can’t be tracked. Fortunately, digital signature technology closes the gap with added security and SEAL Systems’ products and solutions for signing PDF documents provide benefits like password protection and digital rights management.
The Electronic Document Conference (EDC), a two-day educational and networking conference featuring over 50 sessions focused on PDF-related electronic document technologies, took place June 17 – 18 at Adobe’s Seattle, Washington offices. Hosted by the PDF Association and sponsored by several software, consulting, and technology firms including SEAL Systems, EDC was attended by corporate technical managers, product managers, company executives, and document/content experts.
SEAL Systems has recently set up an interface at the printing machine manufacturer Koenig & Bauer which connects to the SNC portal of SAP. This offers many advantages not only to the company, but also to the suppliers: Faster and more secure communication, time and resource savings and convenient access to all relevant documents, even when on the move.
Industry 4.0 is here, and SEAL Systems’ Digital Factory – Paperless Production solution can help streamline and secure your SAP clients’ manufacturing processes and manage your client’s SAP-based engineering and production information – all without the need for generating and managing paper documents. Interested in a digital production solution that helps accelerate your clients' manufacturing processes and improve work efficiency? Check out our Digital Factory - Paperless Production video and flyer.
From June 3-7, SEAL Systems embarked on our first-ever customer appreciation road trip. The trip covered 780 miles, took us through four states, and amounted to an 11 hour and 46-minute drive. Why did we do it? To have an opportunity to meet our customers face-to-face. Over the week, we were able to hear firsthand how our solutions are helping companies – and received some surprising feedback.
Dr. Uwe Wächter
As the preferred partner of the international aviation industry, Diehl Aviation stands for highly specialized cabin solutions. The company bundles all aviation activities of the Diehl Group. Among its customers are well-known aircraft manufacturers such as Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, and Embraer. At Diehl Aviation in Laupheim, customer production documents are stored in the central SAP system and retrieved in the plants using a production information system. This used to be done via a self-programmed SAP interface. After the used production information system had been discontinued at short notice, a new solution had to be found quickly, preferably SAP-integrated. Thanks to SAP Engineering Control Center – SAP ECTR – and a concerted campaign, this was achieved promptly – in less than four months!
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