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eFlex software can be hosted on-premise or as a cloud solution.
Yes, the eFlex Platform is designed to communicate to other systems via virtually any modern protocol.
Depending on your existing infrastructure and complexity, implementation can be as fast as 2 weeks.
There is no software installed at point of use. To get started you simply need a client (PC or tablet) with a Chrome browser.
We have many plug-n-play device drivers that require simple setup and configuration. We also have PLC logic that allows for the system to work with many PLCs.
Costs are based on station count and complexity of needs. Our sales engineer team can help determine what that is for you and quickly get you budgetary pricing if needed.
eFlex operates as a SaaS solution and we feel this is a better option for our customers as it does not require a large upfront investment. We view our customers as long-term partners – not one time sales, and this model pushes us to continuously improve and innovate our platform features and functionality.
While most software vendors charge by the users, our software fees are based on station use. We believe this provides you with the best value for your money as it allows for unlimited users, increases user participation throughout the company and satisfaction with the product.
The eFlex Platform allows you to capture batch numbers, lot numbers, sub-component numbers and marry those to the parent part for quick and easy warranty containment.
Yes, we can help you error proof, record test results and exchange information with regulatory systems.
There are many features built into the eFlex Platform to help error proof operations and optimize quality. Capabilities include – pick guidance and validation, augmented reality projection based guidance, test equipment connectivity, process data capture with high/low limits, etc.
eFlex gives you choices – 1. Create the work instructions directly within our application. 2. Import them into the application library directly from another location. 3. Link to them via our system if you store them in a separate source such as a DMS or PLM.
Users can quickly create and edit work instructions directly in the application using the built-in work instruction editor (WIE). Easily add images, text, lines, shapes, text boxes, etc. to enhance work instructions used on the plant floor. No need to use an outside program – it's all built in!
Work instructions are stored in the built-in library or can be linked to an outside data storage system.
Yes, the work instruction platform has the capability to connect to outside DMS and regulatory systems.
Yes, the eFlex Platform offers a module for alert and notification needs. Send SMS text, emails, or Andon notification to designated employees for critical issues or events such as: downtime, tooling issues, rework or quality issues, defective unit, etc.
Yes, there is an approval process built into the application. You set up who can write, edit and approve work instructions. Receive notification on who approved or did not approve a work instruction along with comments or feedback.
Yes. The eFlex platform will manage work instruction revisions with version control features and capabilities. Always have the most up-to-date work instruction on the plant floor with no need for paper based binders and manuals.
Yes, within the application you set your user specifications and authorization levels. Ensure operators are certified to work at authorized stations.
Yes, the eFlex Platform can support multi-language needs.