Calibration management – transition from paper-based to digital

  A Tale of Three Steves Stephen Jerge, Calibration Supervisor for Lonza Biologics, a multinational chemical and biotechnology company, recently walked attendees of the Beamex Annual Calibration Exchange (ACE) through the project he headed to transition from a paper-based calibration management system (CMS) to an integrated, digital, paperless solution using Beamex CMX. Steve has over 30 years of calibration experience in the telecommunication and pharmaceutical industries. Over the last 3 years, his primary focus has been contributing to Lonza’s global…

Automating the calibration management ecosystem

It’s time to say goodbye to error-prone paper-based calibration! While the pen might be mightier than the sword, in process industries pen-and-paper based calibration systems are a weak spot that is desperately in need of attention. Automating your calibration ecosystem saves time, reduces the risk of errors, and enables your organization to use calibration data for business benefits. But what are the steps involved in implementing an automated process, and what support is on offer to help you succeed? Read on…

Bridging the gap

CMMS and Calibration Management Integration Recently, Patrick Zhao, Corporate Instrument & Analyzer SME for Braskem America, spoke at the Beamex Annual Calibration Exchange. He presented on Braskem’s, the world’s largest petrochemical company, integration of their computerized maintenance management systems and calibration management software. The presentation was so well received that we wanted to share some of the highlights with you and also provide a link to the full video recording, found below. …

Why use calibration software?

The shortest answer is to automate documentation to save time, lower risks, and quickly analyze data to make better decisions. Most process plants have some sort of system in place for managing instrument calibration operations and data. However, just like airport security, the systems and processes can be very different…