Wapice and Beamex have jointly introduced a cloud-based service that provides an easy and inexpensive way to document and print calibration certificates. The reporting module of Wapice IoT-TICKET® platform provided Beamex with a solution that enables printing of calibration certificates.
Beamex Oy Ab develops, manufactures and markets measuring instruments, software and systems for the calibration of process instruments. The company is part of the Finnish Sarlin Group and one of the three largest players in its field in the world.
IoT-TICKET® Technology Licensing gave Beamex access to a fully web-based solution built upon the Microsoft Azure Service Fabric microservice platform. The marketing name of the platform which allows anytime and anywhere access to the cloud service is Beamex LOGiCAL.
In addition to a functioning cloud service, the objective of Beamex was to find a solution for printing certificates that would integrate with the developed cloud service. The customer hoped to be able to modify the certificate template from the perspective of its own needs.
The solution was Wapice IoT-TICKET® platform and its reporting component that enables the provision of calibration certificates. This resulted in cost efficiency as well as an easy and inexpensive way to document calibrations.
– We already had good experience of working with Wapice and wished to continue our cooperation with cloud service development. Since Wapice also provided a solution for our reporting needs, the decision to extend cooperation was easy to make, says Jyrki Mikkola, Head of Product Development at Beamex.
In the early stages of the project, we carried out a comprehensive analysis of the implementation options and chose, together with the customer, the .NET and Azure Service Fabric technologies due to their global operating environment and scalability needs,” comments Teemu Niemi from Wapice. The reporting module of the Wapice IoT-TICKET® product was chosen for modifying and printing certificate reports. The user interface and the backend were implemented in a joint Scrum team. “This enabled seamless and smooth cooperation,” Mr Niemi concludes.
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