Inside conversation on the SAP portal

SAP can be a great tool for collecting data, however, that data often gets over looked or instances get looked at one by one. Often engineers  wonder what to do with all of that great data collected in SAP? Using the Availability Workbench’s certified SAP portal one can import data regarding PM intervals, spares, labour or any other fields that are applicable to the availability, maintenance or reliability of your system.

I have recorded a recent internal meeting regarding the options and benefits offered by Availability Workbench SAP portal.  As always please let me know if you have any questions or need additional information on the portal, jhynek@isograph.com

 

Isograph is an SMRP Approved Vendor

Isograph is pleased to announce that we have been accepted as a SMRP Approved Provider. If you are not familiar with SMRP (Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals), but are interested in maintenance, reliability, availability as well as learning various industry techniques for figuring how to approach your maintenance and reliability. Its worth you time to take a look at this nonprofit professional society.  www.smrp.org .

Going forward, if you attend either our Availability Workbench RCMCost or Availability Workbench Avsim courses you will receive 8 hours per course towards your CMRP continued education.

For additional information on our training courses: TRAINING

For more information on the CMRP certification: CMRP

The Approved Provider Education Program recognizes continuing education that aligns with the most relevant topics and best practices in the industry according to the SMRP Body of Knowledge and/or the Asset Management Landscape, which is published by the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM).

The program serves as a resource for professionals looking for training and continuing education that is verified by a qualified third party. For Approved Providers, the program offers validation and recognition of their training and educational courses….” (www.smrp.org)