These days proper process safety execution is critical to every organization. The GCPS was a great venue to demonstrate how ProSys SLM allows users to build, implement and track complex risk reduction strategies for their facilities.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 18, 2015
Featuring its innovative safety lifecycle software, ProSys SLM, Mangan Software Solutions (MSS) was showcased as a platinum sponsor for the 2015 AIChE Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety (GCPS). Touted as the foremost technical conference for process safety excellence, the event showcased a wide range of industry leaders exchanging ideas on safety lifecycle management in the energy industry.
MSS met with the industry’s leading process safety stakeholders to demonstrate how ProSys SLM could help bridge the gap between known production hazards and efficient risk management technologies. Originally designed as a Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) database, Mangan Process Safety Management (PSM) and SIS Subject Matter Experts have molded ProSys SLM into the single solution for all Process Safety and Functional Safety Management requirements.
By seamlessly combining good engineering practices, standardized workflows, industry conforming reports and an intuitive user interface, MSS provided attendees with a cutting-edge software tool that not only eases the workload of engineering teams, but enables executives to institute a culture of safety with tools that ensure risk mitigation strategies are in-place and effective. Attendees commended the software’s unique, modular design which encompasses both PSM and SIS engineering processes into a comprehensive, integrated and automated software platform.
“These days proper process safety execution is critical to every organization. The GCPS was a great venue to demonstrate how ProSys SLM allows users to build, implement and track complex risk reduction strategies for their facilities. We found attendees to be primarily drawn to our HAZOP, LOPA, Management of Change and Action Item Tracking Modules, though there was significant interest in the full suite as a comprehensive solution. Utilizing our hosting and data management services, our engineers have ensured the successful integration of ProSys SLM at organizations all over the globe, and we look forward to working with many more from this event,” said Zach Marshall, Engineering Manager of MSS.
At the event, MSS was able to meet with operators, managers and experts from a multitude of facilities and a variety of functional departments. Most were able to see the unique value ProSys SLM provides to multiple layers of an organization through its integrated design, but many were surprised to see the configurability and 3rd party integration options available to optimize existing workflows and tools. Also, the cloud-based platform design and hosted application service truly set ProSys SLM apart as a leading-edge safety lifecycle management tool.
“The GCPS allowed MSS to speak directly with key contributors tasked to manage their facility’s process safety, which is invaluable to us. ProSys SLM was designed to reduce the complexity and ambiguity of process safety and ultimately protect our client’s people, assets and profitability. Our goal is to continuously improve our products and provide world-class customer support, and attending events like this go a long way toward realizing that vision,” said Josh Burton, Vice President of MSS.
ABOUT Mangan Software Solutions: MSS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mangan, Inc. that leverages technology and software services to automate, implement and maintain engineering processes for the energy industry. Headquartered in Houston with offices in Atlanta and London, MSS has over 15 years of experience developing powerful products and solutions to create value and drive process improvements for clients. MSS deploys its innovative software products, ProSys SLM and SPInspector, to industries that require reliable high-performance automation solutions. For more information, visit http://www.mangansoftwaresolutions.com.
Jessica Bell, MSS Marketing Manager, 281.402.2641 x520, jbell(at)manganinc(dot)com