DevonWay a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s 2016 Market Guide for Operations Intelligence Platforms
San Francisco, CA – Gartner, the world’s leading IT research and advisory company, this week named DevonWay, Inc. a Representative Vendor in its December 2016 Market Guide for Operations Intelligence Platforms.
“In a nutshell, operations intelligence platforms make it easy for organizations to collect,
San Francisco, CA, November 14 – DevonWay, a leading provider of Continuous Improvement software to the Utilities industry, this week announced support for North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) PRC-004-4. The standard, which went into effect on July 1, 2016, improves the reliability of power grids by providing a framework for identifying and correcting protection system misoperations,
A few weeks ago I attended BridgeSF, a conference organized by a non-profit group in San Francisco called City Innovate, which works to bridge the communication divide between public and private sectors – two sectors that get along about as well as Jets and Pats fans.
What is an electronic work package (eWP)?
eWP solutions, provided by leading vendors like DataGlance, allow front-line workers to review and complete electronically packaged PDF work packages on a tablet, as an alternative to using a paper-based work binder.
San Francisco, CA, August 16, 2016 – DevonWay, the country’s only provider of fully tailorable, Cloud-hosted Continuous Improvement software, is pleased to announce a major release of its Metrics and Key Performance Indicators product, and the successful implementation of that product at one of the largest public utilities in the United States.
It’s time to break up with SharePoint: 6 signs you’re ready for a mature relationship with your software
You and SharePoint have been through a lot together. A younger you loved the collaborative functionality, the comfort of Office integration, the staying up all night generating content. But the older you got, the more your needs changed. Masses of clutter are no longer charming when you’re trying to find something,
When it comes to enterprise software, custom is a dirty word synonymous with expensive and doomed to fail. Whereas SaaS produces images of angels drifting through the clouds, effortlessly delivering functionality at a reasonable price, custom brings to mind the crashing alien ships in Independence Day.
Every quality group is given the same mandate to uncover process failures and resolve weaknesses. But the tools at their disposal are usually too inflexible, hard to use, localized, or all of the above, to encourage broad participation. Layer on top of that silos of information, competing priorities, and inconsistently applied methodologies, and real process improvement starts to feel like a pipe dream.
One of my favorite Simpsons episodes of all time is the one where Homer changes his name to Max Power. The episode’s full of classic lines, but the best is when he explains to Bart and Lisa how the new name also carries with it a new approach to life:
San Francisco, CA, June 3, 2016 – DevonWay is pleased to announce the successful implementation of our Corrective Action application at our first regional transmission organization (RTO) customer. By using DevonWay’s Corrective Action solution this RTO will be able to increase the efficiency in managing their quality and safety management initiatives.
On the whole, computers are a pretty good thing. From the earliest mainframe days, we’ve used them to automate tasks that were time-consuming, error-prone, or both. When relational databases came in the 80s, the possibilities multiplied. And with PCs arriving on the scene a few years later, the stage was set, a) for a revolution in the power a single knowledge worker could wield; and b) for a corresponding minefield of technology creep.
Thank you for joining us for our 30 minute webinar on how you can reduce CAP burden using the recommendations in the NEI Efficiency Bulletin 16-10. In this webinar, Michael Lentz, DevonWay Director of Product Management, addressed the bulletin’s key points and showed how,
Thank you for joining us on Wednesday, March 30 at 10:00 AM PST for a 30-minute webinar where we reviewed the USA OET Milestone Project. Dick Ehr of Energy Northwest (and the USA Site Rep/Outage CFAM) and Jeff Foust of DevonWay discussed how USA harnessed DevonWay’s platform to optimize assets and avoid costly outages.
Did you miss Thursday’s presentation of the new features available in our YourWay 2.34 release? Watch Carl Gardiner, Director of Platform Development, demonstrate the new functions and address user questions in this 30-minute webinar.
To view the webinar, click here.
CIOReview magazine has identified DevonWay as one of the 20 Most Promising Energy Technology Solution Providers. In the article, DevonWay President & Chief Executive Officer Rob Trounce provides a look into how DevonWay is enabling the energy sector to operate safely, efficiently, and effectively. With the industry facing challenges to streamline,
Did you miss yesterday’s presentation of the new features available in our YourWay 2.33 release? Watch Carl Gardiner, Director of Platform Development, demonstrate the new functions and address user questions in this 30-minute webinar.
To view the webinar, click here.
Craig Stoker, Manager of Quality & Six Sigma for Bechtel Nuclear, Security and Environmental (NS&E) Global Business Unit, outlined and discussed Bechtel Corporate’s approach to implementing an enterprise-wide Closed Loop Corrective Action process and system, aimed at incorporating Six Sigma principles for quality and performance improvement across an engaged,