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Case Study for Relacom

Today we generate our KPIs on a daily basis. Prior to deploying Analysis Services, back when we created them by cutting and pasting, we only updated our KPIs on a monthly basis.
– Ake Soderberg, Operational Project Manager, Relacom.



With more than 15,000 employees operating in 17 countries, Relacom provides managed services for wired and wireless networks. To accommodate its growth, the company needed a more robust and flexible business intelligence (BI) data warehouse, which had been hosted using Oracle and the UNIX operating system. The company migrated its BI data warehouse to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition (64-bit) database software running on Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition for 64-Bit Systems…






Situation: Relacom, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, provides a range of data and telecommunication network services—from construction services, to equipment installation, to network maintenance—serving customers through its operations in 17 countries around the world. The 15,000 employees of Relacom provide managed services to customers ranging from private sector and government network owners to businesses and consumers. Servicing both wired and wireless networks, Relacom provides preventative and corrective maintenance services…
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A Case Study on Functional Equivalence for Equipment Replacements

Case Study about Functional Equivalence for Equipment Replacements

Introduction: Pharmaceutical manufacturers have an obligation to ensure that their manufacturing equipment is properly designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained throughout their service lifetimes. During these service lifetimes manufacturing equipment will likely require both preventive and corrective maintenance activities that may involve the replacement of parts within the systems.

Parts replacements must be performed under the appropriate change controls to ensure that manufacturing equipment remains in a validated state with respect to installation, operation, and performance. Change control considerations are greatly facilitated when replacement parts are exactly identical to the original parts. However, it is not uncommon for pharmaceutical manufacturers to resort to procuring and installing replacement parts that are not identical to the original parts due to changes affected by parts suppliers. Keep reading..