The BPM - Creation of a Database Provides you the Mark on which to prove ROI
For system integration and “On-Command” management of fully-integrated, automated plate-lines.
Attaining Your Return on Investment Starts with Tracking Production
Each supervisory system is custom-configured, based on the number of presses and/or plate management lines. When it is prepared for your facility the BPM holds the stored information in a database.
The BPM Database is designed to offer an organized means for storing, managing and retrieving the information that is stored on every plate that is processed through the Plate Management and Handling line and is logged in the database. It does so through the use of tables. If you’re familiar with spreadsheets like Microsoft Excel, you’re probably already accustomed to storing data in tabular form. It’s not much of a stretch to make the leap from spreadsheets to databases.
This provides information in which to create a manageable view.
Burgess Plate Management Supervisory System and "On Command" Control
» Remote Desktop Control
» Data Graphing and Reports
» On Command Bar Code Reader
» Integration with CTP and Press Software Packages
» Image Verification
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