Many companies, across the globe, are using InStep’s software products to actively handle and evaluate the rapidly mounting amount of real-time operational, asset health and regulatory related information.
Organizations, working with reduced budgets and losing ground resources, seek for methods to optimize personnel effectiveness and plant efficiency by using advanced technology applications. InStep understands the vital link between plant performance and the bottom line and is committed to providing the best solutions by applying proven technologies to meet specific requisites. It has developed a set of applications and tools designed to meet the needs of companies looking to execute equipment reliability programs. InStep Software provides products and support to meet a wide range of needs across a variety of industries.
The company offers a suite of concurrent historian products, including eDNA, a real-time performance management solution for acquiring, analyzing, storing, and displaying operations and engineering information; eDNA Web, a real-time decision prop up platform that facilitates users to make informed business and operational decisions; PRiSM, a performance signal monitoring solution that provides a quantitative assessment between enduring and past data, alerting users to anomalies that are outside of normal operating regimes.
"Our software technology offers nuclear power plants a holistic real-time solution to continuously monitor the health and performance of critical plant equipment using a single application,” says John Kalanik, President.
InStep’s unparalleled delivery reputation and customer service enables it to create long-term partnerships and strategic alliances with the clients. Wide range of verticals like power generation, transmission and distribution, oil and gas, pulp and paper, water management,manufacturing and mining is a positive feature for InStep. Exelon, Southern Company, ArcelorMittal, Florida Power and Light, Minnesota Power, Southern California Edison, Duke Energy, Eskom, Pacific Gas & Electric, EDF Group,LukOil, and GDF Suez are some of the high-flying clients of CES.
EDF Group, the world leader in nuclear energy production, has been using InStep’s PRiSM software for continuous real-time asset monitoring of 58 nuclear units at 19 sites. "We continue to invest in advanced technology that supports reliable and safe power generation to deliver a sustainable source of electricity to homes and businesses in France and around the world. PRiSM gives us an advanced online monitoring solution capable of supporting our needs for the early identification and diagnosis of equipment related issues," says Benoit Richard of EDF Group.
InStep continues to spread out their reach worldwide in order to figure out the problems facing its customers in different sectors. The company focuses on public safety and helps its clients to modernize their legacy system. InStep facilitates the businesses determine the “exact” direction and create a realistic plan to accomplish the ultimate goal by surpassing the difficulties.