New software for the UNIBASE Tool dispensing system

with search for keyword function and open web interface

MAPAL has developed new software for the UNIBASE-M tool dispensing system. Among other things, the software connects the tool dispensing system to existing ERP systems, carries out permanent, automatic inventory monitoring and offers user-specific and comprehensive evaluation features. Possible actions available to the user will be displayed for each item, if permitted. Retrieval of the item is just a few clicks away. What’s more, the software also runs on tablets and external Computers.

In the new version, the search logic has been completely revised, significantly increasing the ease of use. Previously, the search function was transaction-based and it often required several selection criteria to access the searched for item. Now, instead of a transaction, the sought-after item immediately appears. The search function is now considerably faster and more convenient, simply enter one or more keywords.

The second major innovation of the new software is the open web interface. The software is compatible with “Internet of Things” and is remotely accessible. It can be controlled by any end device and operating system. Master data and movement data can be exchanged via the open, cloud-based c-Com platform without restriction. The new software will be delivered with all tool dispensing systems in the UNIBASE series from October 2017. Customers' existing systems can be updated to the new software if required.

AT A GLANCE
  • Connects to existing ERP systems
  • Permanent, automatic stock monitoring
  • Comprehensive evaluation possibilities
  • Search based on keywords
  • Web based interface
ADVANTAGES
  • Significantly improved user friendliness
  • Just a few clicks to an item - one directional Navigation
  • Faster, more convenient search
  • “Internet of Things” compatible; remotely accessible
  • Unrestricted data exchanges
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