It makes sense to quickly use an existing example as a template when performing a similar task.
It makes sense to quickly use an existing example as a template when performing a similar task. This way, you don't have to start “from scratch” and only need to adapt the existing example to the current task at hand.
The problem is: Where is the right template? And if found, is the template still valid and up-to-date? Have any changes been made in the meantime and have they been integrated into the template? Studies have shown that the amount of work time spent searching for documents is not insignificant. PLATO e1ns solves this problem and uses its own professional template management system e1ns.templates. It creates templates that are adapted to meet the requirements of system analyses and risk management, released the templates according to a defined procedure, and publishes them specifically for the group of users.
Maik Teschner about the use of the PLATO Risk Management software SCIO™ at Nexperia Germany GmbH.
Holger Handelmann about the use of PLATO Risk Management Software SCIO™ at Lumileds Germany GmbH.
Jochen Bauhaus about the reasons for using the FMEA software from PLATO at Johann Borgers GmbH.
Jürgen Heinzelmann about the use and the advantages of the template management system from PLATO.