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Author Topic: Calibration Asset Management Software  (Read 12682 times)

Offline Rocket

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Re: Calibration Asset Management Software
« Reply #15 on: 06-26-2012 -- 16:21:41 »
My company has invested heavily into Oracle, and we have been tasked with trying to get the eAM or Quality module to work for metrology. Anyone have experience with Oracle for asset tracking, standard maintenance, and recall?

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Re: Calibration Asset Management Software
« Reply #16 on: 06-27-2012 -- 19:47:16 »
there is a calibration program that uses oracle database. http://procalv5.com/
I like Procal better than others programs I had used maybe we should also add Procal to the survey. the V5 means version 5

 

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