NEW: I HOLLAND TOOL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The I Holland Tool Management System is an affordable stand-alone tooling management system. It allows for proactive monitoring of tool rotations, tooling inventory and tooling maintenance and has the capability to archive tool images and drawings. IH-TMS will also keep record of tablet quantities by number of tablets, work order or batch information.

The IH-TMS is easy to use with a simple touch-screen interface which will alert you if there is over compression, tooling replacements or scheduled maintenance required. It comes with the Eurostandard Educational Suite embedded and the ability to accommodate several languages.

KEY FEATURES:CORE BENEFITS:
Full Tool InventoryTooling life-cycle and rotation management
21 CFR part 11 compliantGives complete audit trail
User definable reportingKeep track of key performance indicators, such as tablet quantities produced, per batch, yield,
Tool measurement capability with USB connectivityCompatible with industry standard measuring equipment
64 Bit windows based application with Touch- ScreenEasy to use interface
Accepts standard format documents (JPEG, Word, PDF)Access drawing and tool image* archives
Eurostandard Educational Suite embeddedIn depth guide to tooling specification and troubleshooting (normal price £150 GBP)
Flexible, user definable multi-lingual dictionaryAccommodates any language
Over compression warnings and tool repair/ replacement promptsProtect tooling with planned tool maintenance schedule

*with optional minicam system

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