- May 04, 2015
- Savigent Software
May 4, 2015 - Savigent Software releases version 6.0 of its manufacturing operations management software. Enhancements in version 6.0 include an Artifact Server server that – much like an “app store” – holds ready-to-deploy items that help promote cross-site best practices and re-use. System administrators can download and deploy ready-to-run applications that are maintained centrally. The Artifact Server allows users to move applications from development to qualification to production without the need to manually move files.
Version 6.0 of the suite delivers significant enhancements, including advanced administration features, improved developer and engineer usability, and enhanced reporting capabilities. Version 6.0 also provides performance updates to Savigent Workflow, a controlled system for workflow automation, and Savigent Historian, a context-aware process data historian.
The enhancements present in version 6.0 of the Savigent suite of products provide users with significantly increased functionality and flexibility. Savigent Workflow is now integrated into the environment, so that workflows can interact with all environment information without the need for dedicated interface types. This frees developers from creating duplicate or redundant code to interface with workflow, reducing development time while increasing quality. Infrastructure changes to Savigent Historian allow the software system to store terabytes of information online without degrading performance, which translates to faster query times.
Version 6.0 also offers enhanced reporting features, including new IM-SQL Query Support, a powerful query language that enables engineers easy access to the data in the system. This feature can be used to investigate complex relationships with manufacturing data and also enables web-based queries. Asynchronous queries will allow engineers to process queries in the background and cache the results, freeing them up to do other tasks when executing an advance query.
“Savigent Software developed its suite of products to address the challenges of workflow automation, real-time data collection and analysis, and systems integration,” said Jimmy Asher, director of product strategy for Savigent Software. “This update will allow manufacturers to better capture real-time data and orchestrate collaborative processes between machines, systems and people. This maximizes return on invesent.”
About Savigent Software Savigent Software pioneered a new class of event-driven manufacturing operations management software. The company has served manufacturers in a variety of industries including automotive, semiconductor, contract manufacturing, industrial, specialty chemical, food and beverage, energy, consumer packaged goods, plastics and glass manufacturing, and aerospace and defense. Customers served by Savigent Software are seeking increased efficiencies, agile control of manufacturing assets, and improved process control and product quality. The company also serves OEMs and independent software vendors by providing value-added software solutions for their products. Its Savigent suite of products provides solutions for workflow automation, manufacturing intelligence and systems integration.