Mangan Software Solutions Offers Sneak Peek of ProSys SLM, a Safety Lifecycle Technology at Texas A&M

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Mangan Software Solutions (MSS), featuring its innovative safety lifecycle software ProSys SLM, will sponsor the Instrumentation and Automation Symposium at Texas A&M University January 26-28th, 2016 in College Station, TX.

ProSys SLM has redefined the way organizations approach safety lifecycle management.

Mangan Software Solutions (MSS), featuring its innovative safety lifecycle software ProSys SLM, will sponsor the Instrumentation and Automation Symposium at Texas A&M University January 26-28th, 2016 in College Station, TX. Now in its 71st year, the symposium educates professionals and students in the instrumentation and automation industries. The symposium features a three-day program of technical papers and workshops on topics such as: Management Systems, Safety Instrumented Systems, Technology, and Instrument Reliability.

ProSys SLM’s core database functionality and automated workflows enable single source management of the entire safety lifecycle. ProSys SLM seamlessly merges Process Safety Management (PSM) and Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) engineering processes into a single, user-friendly cloud-based software platform. It offers standardization and automation to varied safety lifecycle stakeholders. Designed by industry PSM and SIS Subject Matter Experts, the software reduces pressure on engineering teams while giving management the tools to ensure alignment with corporate risk mitigation strategies.

MSS was selected as one of the 20 Most Promising Oil & Gas Technology Solution Providers for 2015 by CIO Review, a technology and business magazine for corporate decision makers. Additionally, ProSys SLM has been named finalist for Control Engineering 2016 Engineer’s Choice Awards for the best new control, instrumentation, and automation products.

“ProSys SLM has redefined the way organizations approach safety lifecycle management. Our software platform breaks down the barriers that typically exist around process safety, engineering specification, and operations management. This novel approach dramatically increases collaboration and participation across the safety lifecycle management spectrum and fosters a proactive approach around process and functional safety management disciplines.” – Chief Technical Officer Jeremy Lucas

ABOUT Mangan Software Solutions: MSS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mangan, Inc. that leverages technology and software services to standardize and automate business processes for the energy industry. Based out of Houston, Atlanta, and London, MSS’ engineers and programmers are experts in the fields of Safety Lifecycle Management and Safety Instrumented Systems, and deploy their industry best practice flagship ProSys SLM™ software suite to industries that require reliable high-performance automation solutions. For further information, visit http://www.mangansoftware.com.

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