From Data to Knowledge.
You do not need to know everything, but you do have to know where to find the information!
This simple sentence describes, in essence, the problem of today’s information world. The employees of a company are faced with a flood of information and documents of increasing complexity on a daily basis. Rapidly growing information technology demands more and more. Complex issues need to be captured, understood and used. The only sensible way of escaping a digital overload is to meet it digitally. The enterprise communication information system UKIS, developed by HAUK & SASKO, is the digital answer to the above outlined scenario.
UKIS is continuously adapted to current market events and requirements. The product is continually being optimized, modified and developed according to operational experiences and user preferences. The result of this product care is a complex, but at the same time intuitive and easy to use tool that enjoys a large user acceptance. The vision that underlay the development of UKIS is the easy and quick access via a mouse click to the required documents/information with the additional display of networked information. The goal of UKIS is an intuitive surfing in operational information, analogous to the surfing in the internet.
In UKIS you have a transparent, juridically water-tight technical plant documentation.
For years you may have had a productive facility – nevertheless, the immense knowledge about single components as well as documents lies scattered on several servers, in different systems, in paper folders or in extreme cases, only in the heads of single employees. UKIS will give you transparency in your plant documentation.
Numerous other functionalities support the planning processes, the communication of project partners as well as the transfer of the documentation from the responsible acting agencies etc. Among other things, this includes the display and Redlining of CAD drawings in the browser, the use of all relevant data formats as well as the possibility of administering technical documentation versions and indicating the differences in the single versions by a suitable comparative functionality.
As a rule, products are identified by a product number. A product number can be defined by a reference key, which contains product information such as design, size, material etc.
The documentation of an enterprise is comprised of an enormous number of different documents. Technical documentation in the form of CAD drawings, data sheets, technical descriptions and documents from various suppliers, company manuals, project documentation such as minutes of meetings and acceptance protocols, correspondence of the most different kind, service protocols and other maintenance documentation. Facilities can be documented in a fixed system and be described by suitable reference designation systems. The reference keys assigned to specific components by letter and/or numerics show in which location the component is and which product is concerned.
- Immediate access to all plant components independent of location
- Reduction of maintenance and repair costs
- Juridically water-tight documentation and with it minimization of the risk of organization deb