Mangan Software Solutions’ (MSS) ProSys SLM, the premier Safety Lifecycle Management software for the energy industry, has been named a finalist for Control Engineering’s Engineer’s Choice Awards for the best new control, instrumentation, and automation products. ProSys SLM is recognized in the ‘Safety – process safety, intrinsic safety’ category, which acknowledges superior safety software products that help customers address the most pressing process safety issues.
To develop ProSys SLM, MSS engineers worked alongside industry leading clients in the energy sector to develop a platform that tackles the demands of process safety and asset integrity management. The comprehensive, integrated software tool is the culmination of decades of experience in process safety and safety instrumented systems and is the industry’s only complete safety lifecycle management solution.
Utilizing a secure cloud hosting environment, ProSys SLM’s suite of software modules covers the entire safety lifecycle. The automated workflows coupled with a unified data repository provide a standardized approach to achieving best practices and satisfying regulatory requirements.
ProSys SLM’s evergreen database provides instantaneous reports, and assists in optimizing the balance between risk management and costs. With expert process control, compliance, safety lifecycle and data management engineers and designers, MSS developed a cutting edge product that brings much-needed software innovation to the crucial area of process safety.
“For 60 years, Control Engineering has seen the evolution of the energy industry and provided much needed information to engineers. We built our product with input from the same engineers that read Control Engineering, and are honored that the tireless efforts of our team to build a truly comprehensive safety lifecycle management tool are being recognized,” said Steve Whiteside, President of MSS.
The Engineer’s Choice Awards, now in its 28th year, are the engineering software industry’s most prominent recognition. Winners are decided on by the magazine’s print and online subscribers with voting occurring from October 15, 2015-December 21, 2015 at www.controleng.com/VOTE2016. Winners will be announced February 15, 2016 with an awards ceremony taking place at the Engineering Awards in Manufacturing dinner in March 2016.