"We have made the process of designating the quality status of inventoried materials much more robust. Users have to be biometrically credentialed using FUJITSU PalmSecure™ and authenticated in order to authorize changes in status."
Albasri Hussain Quality Assurance and Compliance Manager Al Ezzel Operation and Maintenance Company
The Al Ezzel Operation and Maintenance Company (AEOM) operates the 950 mW Al Ezzel power plant supplying energy to The Kingdom of Bahrain. AEOM is owned by Engie, a French multinational electric utility company.
Al Ezzel must ensure the integrity of quality inspection for incoming goods in the Materials Management module (MM), and improve Work Clearance Management (WCM) processes in the Plant Maintenance module (PM). It must also assure adherence to authorized safety roles. However, it lacked the ability to authenticate individual users of its SAP platform.
The company deployed FUJITSU PalmSecure™ readers and valantic bioLock™ security software under the supervision of Fujitsu India in cooperation with partner INTAGLIO.
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