Endress+Hauser and CompuCal partner to provide US with a calibration management solution

Endress+Hauser and CompuCal Calibration Solutions team up to provide their U.S. customers with a world-class comprehensive calibration management solution with access via a scalable architecture. Customers now have the option to implement CompuCal on their server or as a secure cloud service.

CompuCal can interface with mobile platforms and integrate seamlessly into customers’ IT infrastructure such as SAP. It can also integrate calibration data with the Endress+Hauser Web Asset Management architecture ([email protected]).

CompuCal’s calibration solution comes at a cost-effective price with minimal effort for the customer. Set-up is quick and the program is simple to use providing all requirements for technicians and managers. The program provides a full audit log, history, and KPI’s – significantly reducing customer’s running costs. CompuCal is fully validated with protocols and reports with no need for extra validation resources.

Web based technologies allow operation for any location. Users can access their safe and secure data anywhere in the world and at any time via the cloud based calibration system. Real time access helps users to increase visibility, control and efficiency with just a browser – overall reducing costs.

For highly regulated industries striving for quality and compliance, Endress+Hauser and CompuCal provide customers with world class calibration management solutions ensuring quality compliance with all FDA and ISO requirements, making auditing easy with simple and quick access to history and reporting.

CompuCal, developed by “Calibration people for Calibration people,” ensures complete management of a customer’s calibration processes. This puts customers in charge of their calibration data ensuring they are always ready for an audit. CompuCal’s connector tools will link to SAP or other ERP systems, delivering integrated workflows.

To learn more, visit: http://www.us.endress.com/compucal-calibration-management
 

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