In this case study we demonstrate the challenges experienced by plant component manufacturing at Linde engineering, in the audit, management and compilation of quality certificates. We look at how a solution was established using a SEAL system with document management bar code recognition, as old documents filed under ArchiveLink were easily migrated into the DMS, and we look at the advantages this project brought for Linde Engineering.
Information and documentation exchange is a basic requirement for trouble-free cooperation. Information and documents are generated in the various business processes and need to be exchanged within the business or with external business partners. Mapping of the business process here often happens in SAP, whereas the distribution of information and documents is carried out using Microsoft SharePoint. Coupling these two systems is not always completely straightforward. SEAL Systems has a solution for that.
You are working in an environment using validation and wish to apply your SAP DMS documents with dynamic stamps? You want to achieve that no document is shown or printed without information for guidance such as, for example user, date and DIS key? We will show you how easy you can apply information such as stamps, watermarks or barcode on your SAP DMS originals!
We have done it: our BC-XDC solution, document conversion suite for BC-XDC 3,2.0, has again been successfully certified by SAP. The certificate is valid for 3 years. We have qualified for this certification for some years now: 2005, 2008, 2011, 2014 and 2017, and always successful at the first attempt. BC-XDC enables the server-based conversion of file and application formats in printed data or long-term formats. Synchronous and asynchronous methods (Composite-Spool-Request) are supported.
In this blog entry we’ll explain how documents from SAP product structures can be identified and exported to SharePoint with our SAP-SharePoint-DMS Exchange, using examples from the industry.
The world is merging together more and more. This is also true of modern companies, and in particular of cooperation between companies. The exchange of information and documents is an important part of smooth cooperation. Information and documents arise from various business processes in a company and need to be exchanged either within the company or with external business partners. The mapping of business processes is often carried out in SAP, while the distribution of information and documents is carried out with Microsoft SharePoint.
Some days ago we showed you how to link Generic Object Service (GOS) documents in SAP over Object Services with a business object. The second way, linking documents to Object Services, is through what are called Business Document Services (BDS) documents. Today we’ll show you how that works.
In this article we’ll show you how to link Generic Object Service (GOS) documents in SAP over Object Services with a business object.
Many businesses use SAP to control their processes, because this enables them to plan and administer virtually all business processes. Depending on the company, further supporting documents - such as drawings, terms and conditions, checklists – which are often administered in a separate data resource, are required in addition to the actual SAP forms.
Paperless production means that companies move toward the goal of eliminating all paper from their processes and convert to an all-digital environment. This means using a system to keep track of the things you would normally store in a filing cabinet or folder, like vendor information, documentation, user manuals, time sheets, work orders, reports... the list goes on and on.
People’s perception of what constitutes the paperless shop floor may vary from individual to individual and indeed from company to company, but if you are looking to get all the benefits from going ‘paperless’ it needs to be much more than displaying documents that were formerly printed and held on the shop floor.
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