Generation Systems, Inc. has announced the release of its advanced SAP/Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) interface. This software innovation enables the seamless transfer of inspection requests from maintenance technicians directly into the SAP Maintenance Notification Queue for approval by SAP work planning supervisors.
“GSI customers also running SAP have long asked for a SAP interface and we’ve delivered it,” says Mike Johnson, president of Precision Lubrication Services, the parent company of Advanced Machine Reliability Resources (AMRRI), and GSI. “The daily essential care and inspection routines provided by lubrication technicians can be a tremendous source of advanced defect scouting. With this advanced SAP/EAM interface, observations can quickly and confidently be transcribed into meaningful and well-managed inspection requests. We’ve been working on a way to do this for quite some time, and we have finally solved the riddle,” Johnson said.
Lube-It, a ‘Product of the Year’ work practices management software award winner, is the most widely used daily essential machine care and machine lubrication task management system on the market, typically serving Fortune 1000 sized customers. This is a major advancement for users of both SAP and Lube-It. Finally, the reliability engineer or supervisor responsible for maintaining daily essential care activities, and for translating the many written notes and radio requests into SAP work requests for more vigorous inspections, has the means to do so using Lube-It's EAM interface.