Asset management integration with calibration software is possible utilizing Beamex CMX calibration software. It can easily be integrated with asset management software including CMMS or ERP systems, such as SAP, Maximo or Emerson’s AMS Device Manager. This is accomplished through a a standardized, but configurable solution–the Beamex Business Bridge. Detailed calibration data and traceable calibration records are stored in CMX, while plant hierarchy and instruments are created and maintain in the parent system. When calibration work has been performed, work order acknowledgements can be sent to the CMMS or ERP.

This standardized, but configurable software solution keeps the CMMS or ERP informed of the work completed while CMX provides a database to store vital instrument information. The instrument information is necessary to maintain for quality control and audits – thus equipping organizations with the best in class Asset Management and Calibration Management solution.

Software system integration allows for the electronic transfer of data which saves the time from manually re-entering data. This automation creates an environment where work orders sent from the CMMS or ERP systems can be accomplished in a less amount of time than traditional processes.

In the CMMS or ERP, calibrations are planned and work orders are transferred and automatically populated into Beamex CMX calibration software, with the calibration due date and work order number, as well as related information. From CMX, instruments due for calibration are sent to a documenting calibrator. Then, calibrations are performed in the field or a workshop. Afterwards, calibration results are uploaded back into CMX where detailed calibration specific information (As Found/As Left) results are stored. A summary is transferred back into the CMMS or ERP and the work order is closed.

Why integrate calibration data with your asset management system?

History trend Beamex CMX calibration software

Make effective decisions using aggregated data.

Shared data allows for deeper business integration and diverse processes.

Centralize data to make it easy to retrieve, inspect and analyze.

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Integration minimizes data entry.

Automating the data flow saves time.

Eliminate duplicate work through an automatic information transfer.

 

Data Integrity

Cleanse and validate the information passing through the integration.

Stop manually entering data into multiple systems.

Audits are a breeze when you are confident in your data.

 

Customer Experiences

With this software integration project, we were able to realize a significant return on investment during the first unit overhaul. It’s unusual, since ROI on software projects is usually nonexistent at first. The most significant impact overall is that Salt River Project has been able to save about 30 minutes per calibration using an automated approach. This equates to 2,300 hours saved since their go-live date.

Jody Damron, Salt River Project (Power Generation)
Calibration Process Change in 6 Steps

Steamline data to make better decisions

This standardized, but configurable software solution informs your CMMS or ERP of the work completed while CMX provides a database to store vital instrument information. The instrument information is necessary to maintain for quality control and audits – thus equipping organizations with a best in class Asset Management and Calibration Management solution.

Complete work orders faster

Software system integration means allows for the electronic transfer of data which saves time from manually re-entering data. This automation creates an environment where work orders sent from the CMMS or ERP systems can be accomplished in less time.

Minimize the risk of errors and secure data integrity

The seamless integration of IT systems across plants and remote sites saves time and minimizes the risk of manual errors in re-keying data. As the speed of business continues to accelerate, more real-time data and faster data collection is required. Master data management through integration creates reliable data, which in turn adds value to the processes that use the data.

How it works

In the CMMS or ERP, calibrations are planned and work orders are transferred and automatically populated into Beamex CMX calibration software, with the calibration due date and work order number, as well as related information. From CMX, instruments due for calibration are sent to a documenting calibrator. Then, calibrations are performed in the field or a workshop. Afterward, calibration results are uploaded back into CMX where detailed calibration specific information (As Found/As Left) results are stored. A summary is transferred back into the CMMS or ERP and the work order is closed.

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