Lloyds Type Approval for AMOS2 EMS

Friday, August 21, 2009

The new AMOS2 Enterprise Management Suite (AMOS2EMS Maintenance Module) version 5.1 has been type approved by Lloyd's Register following successful completion of the Software Conformity Assessment (GENPMS). The assessment criteria are aimed at establishing that the software product, intended for use as part of a computerized planned maintenance scheme, has been developed and tested according to acceptable standards of software engineering practice.

It is aimed at establishing that a manufacturer has satisfactory controls in place for the design, development, verification testing of its performance and functionality, version control, configuration management and maintenance to provide confidence in the software product. Having completed the assessment successfully SpecTec is now entitled to use the Lloyd's Register Type Approval Mark on product literature and packaging of such a product.

The Type approval has also been renewed for the existing AMOS Business Suite Maintenance Module.

(www.spectec.net)

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