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FMEA software

FMEA software

FMEA software


I am in the process of evaluating FMEA software for the chemical company I work for. The software will be used to analyze high voltage electrical, intrument, mechanical, and control software and logic.

I have done one FMEA in excel and although do-able, it was a bit challenging.

So far, the packages I am considering are FMEA PRO, RCM++, and Relex.  My company currently has PHA Pro, so I would think there is a cost and ease of implementation in going with FMEA Pro.

My question is, for those that are familiar with these packages, are there any outstanding features that one has over the other or is anyone of these lacking a must-have feature?

RE: FMEA software

Thanks, I beleive that is the software that we are going with.  We have another site in Fl, and they have more "say so" in choosing the software.  From the little I have seen on their website, the Reliasoft is very good.

RE: FMEA software

Do you have a link TANGO635?

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