Occasionally, in the course of managing your company’s assets, there will be issues. Perhaps the calibration procedure was not followed correctly or completely, results exceeded tolerance levels or a maybe a standard used during a calibration cycle was itself out of date. This maybe discovered during an audit or part of a root cause analysis as part of an operational issue corrective action investigation. How should you address these issues?
Nonconformance and the Calibration functionPosted on Mar 09, 2017 by Matthew Dornan
Is your calibration management software an orphan?Posted on Feb 15, 2017 by Matthew Dornan
Software applications can become obsolete overtime and no longer supportable - they become an orphan. This can result in a very risky situation for organizations that rely on its continued performance. Should the application become unreliable or fail to function, there is no alternative, in most cases, but to fall back to a manual, paper based process.
Have you outgrown Excel for calibration management?Posted on Jan 24, 2017 by Default Admin User
Many companies begin managing their calibration activities with an Excel spreadsheet. But has your organization outgrown excel and you could be at risk of missing critical calibrations.
September wrap-up: User ManagementPosted on Oct 06, 2016 by Felix Stubner
In this months wrap-up of September we've included some great help articles to guide you on how to manage users within your CompuCal application.
August wrap-up: Efficiency is keyPosted on Sep 06, 2016 by Felix Stubner
In this months wrap-up of August we've included some great help articles to help you optimize the time you spend using the CompuCal application.