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Never say never Sabisu was designed as a hybrid-cloud solution. We wanted the ease of deployment of a SaaS solution as that would in turn allow us that degree of agility missing from many existing vendors in the manufacturing systems sector. … Continue reading
It’s all about the architecture being fault tolerant by design. On February 28th, 2017, Amazon Web Services lost S3 in the US-East region, which is basically a huge datacenter in Northern Virginia. You can read their full explanation here but it … Continue reading
As customers have started to use the Widget Working View introduced earlier this year, we’ve seen the need to grow the analytics library to help users quickly assess or identify interesting events/periods in their data. We’ve added Flat-line Detection, Rate … Continue reading
“Can I have half an hour on the agenda?” Adam gets his half an hour, no questions asked. We get the whole team together a couple of times a year for a ‘team day’ to review technology, R&D or processes. … Continue reading
Recently we’ve been telling customers about our project schedule analytics, which is already in use on some innovative megaprojects and large capital projects with significant engineering challenges. A really nice value-add feature we’ve been able to add is automatic task ordering … Continue reading
Sabisu Actions continues to be a differentiating and popular feature, so great news for dedicated users with some useful updates. Two important features have been added in this release: Attach a file Improved filters Attaching a file to an Action is now possible. … Continue reading
Here at Sabisu we’ve been using the cloud since the first design concept in 2010. We use our own private cloud, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services. Excluding development and QA environments, we use the cloud for: Hosting complete customer implementations … Continue reading
Many decisions are motivated by cost, and the effectiveness of decisions is often defined by their impact on profitability. Sabisu now provides easy to use functions that can help with finance related choices, such as calculating project/investment feasibility, and determining which … Continue reading
As of October 2016 the vBar was deprecated, for more information click here This week we’ve introduced a couple of big changes to the main Workplace in Sabisu, the first being the unified timeline and the second being some adjustments to … Continue reading