ROI Tool Shows How Software Saves Money

Auvesy’s return-on-investment (ROI) tool to substantiates the operational efficiencies and the tangible results that versiondog software brings to automated production. The calculator can quickly and easily show how the software reduces costs through automated backup routine versioning and archiving, and the effective management of the widest variety of project types.  By providing plant and production managers with comprehensive support using centralized data management, version control and device backup, versiondog enables a higher utilization of a plant’s capacity and can significantly reduce downtime.  

 

With the increasing degree of automation and advancements in technology that impact PLCs, drives, SCADAs, plant systems, robots, HMIs and other devices, versiondog is key to automation production processes because it not only provides centralized data storage, version control, detailed change tracking, automated backup, and clear documentation for audits, but also is compatible with the system requirements of a myriad of different equipment suppliers which mitigates risk regardless of device type. For more info, visit AUVESY.

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