Identifying Benefits for S-88 and S-95 Based Systems

@inproceedings{Despautz2001IdentifyingBF,
  title={Identifying Benefits for S-88 and S-95 Based Systems},
  author={J. F. Despautz and Baha U. Korkmaz},
  year={2001}
}
System Architectures using S-88 and S-95 standards are being used in system implementations across the plant floor. These systems include batch management, MES, process control and ERP integration. For regulated industries, electronic record keeping and system validation must be addressed in these new initiatives. When implemented as applications, these architectural components are designed to provide benefits that support the company’s business drivers. These benefits often overlap as the… CONTINUE READING

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