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The on-going evolution to better, Internet-based pump buying

May 27, 2014
Google “buy pumps,” and you wind up in the ladies’ shoe department. But Google “buy industrial pumps,” and online marketplaces pop-up for all kinds of pumps heavily used in process industries. One website says it stands apart when it comes to keeping buyers -- and sellers -- “fully engaged.”
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Computer-age coordination of age-old processes

March 12, 2013
Have you seen some of the things they do with industrial-plant software models today? As always, it’s the meshing of user roles that makes an integrated system sing.
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Availability, security and the internet of things

March 1, 2013
The question is not what the process industries are trying to accomplish by means of industrial information technology. But rather, Patricia T. Sparrell of Exxon Mobil says, “As you drive performance by opening up data and collaboration, how do you ensure cyber-security?”
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The Benefits of Using a Documenting Calibrator

February 27, 2013
Many process plants are under pressure to calibrate instruments quickly but accurately and to ensure that the results are then documented for quality assurance purposes and to provide full traceability.
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More content, in whatever format best suits

February 1, 2013
If you’ve been a fan of Global Processing, you may notice a subtle difference in our editorial approach this issue.
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You’ll want to receive our industry newsletters

February 1, 2013
In February, Processing will launch two new industry-focused electronic newsletters. To receive these and other of our electronic deliverables, go to www.processingmagazine.com.
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Walk on virtual side strikes blow for integrated operations

November 26, 2012
The world of television commercials is chock full of “integrated enterprises” — not so ours.
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Walk on virtual side strikes blow for integrated operations

November 1, 2012
The world of television commercials is chock full of “integrated enterprises” — not so ours.
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