Your organization needs instruments that can ensure accuracy, precision, and reproducibility, all key tenets of scientific research quality. Keeping instruments calibrated for such a task becomes paramount. So what does it mean to have ISO 17025 accreditation, and how can Qualer help?
In the metrology industry, measurements are vital to every aspect of operations. Whether you work as a manufacturer, a calibration technician, or an end-user, the measurements offered by your tools dictate the success of your work. Over the years, there has been discussion about creating a global measurement standard, but it hasn’t reached fruition until recently.
Over the past month, we’ve talked about quality in the Asset Lifecycle Management - how it looks in software, why we believe it applies to Qualer, and what it means for you. Like all important topics, however, our discussion on Asset Lifecycle Management isn’t over until we’ve turned information into action.
It’s no secret that our goal is to create a better asset lifecycle. Through our software, our continuous updates that are guided by your feedback, and the changes we are facilitating throughout the industry, we want to improve the lives of everyone involved.
Qualer is featured on Calibration TV with Dan Hall where he discusses the features and functionalities of Qualer Search. Qualer Search is the first metrology search engine that debuted late last year. It is the first application that uses the Metrology Information Infrastructure data standard (MII). Check it out below!
“Necessity is the mother of invention.” From the beginning, Qualer was created to show our industry that there is a better way to manage asset and service events. Using our software, our goal is to transform the industry through innovation and collaboration with the people who matter most - you, our client. You are the quality people that inspire us, so we continue to work to offer the quality software that provides the support you need.
Quality software should be more than a tool that does what it was built to do. Instead, it should provide innovative functionality and enhanced solutions, minimizing efforts in performing everyday tasks, improving operations, and increasing compliance within organizations.
Cloud-based Asset Management collaboration is the future of asset lifecycle and service event management. With an industry that already relies on common goals and shared efforts, we are on the verge of a paradigm shift that will revolutionize the work we do. Industries can no longer rely on an isolated, inward focus. Instead, the time has come to use Cloud-based Asset Management collaboration to bring metrology and asset management up-to-date with the present world and into the future.
In decades past, asset management was a solitary endeavor. Each company and manufacturer focused on maintaining and improving their assets without any additional input from other organizations. Service events, repairs, and uninterrupted operations were the responsibility of the asset manager and they were required to devote the time, attention, and efforts needed to meet this responsibility - no matter what it cost personally.