IT in Manufacturing

Saryx launches TMP

September 2021 IT in Manufacturing

The digital transformation that has swept the world in the past few years has fundamentally altered most people’s approach to technology, with an increasing number seeking the ability to manage their own systems. As with something like Internet banking – where people are now empowered to manage their own accounts, credit limits and the like – so we are reaching a point where people prefer to be in control of their own needs and requirements.

Understanding this, Saryx Engineering Group developed the Training Management Platform (TMP) designed to power its SkillUp Training Centre not only to help clients adopt its bespoke solution HSEC Online, but also for individuals in their personal capacities to learn the necessary skills needed to add value to the companies in which they operate.

Ingrid Osborne, co-founder and CEO at Saryx, says that the TMP was designed to integrate with HSEC Online, a cloud-based, automated system for controlling, understanding and ensuring the document management and compliance of all Health, Safety, Environment and Community (HSEC) issues.

“We identified the need for the TMP to enable users to book specific training around HSEC Online, at a time and place that suited them,” she explains. “Now, TMP has become an incredibly effective training management and booking tool for any company wishing to automate and simplify its training process. Companies that subscribe to TMP can start to customise, upload training content and begin using the system to manage their training process from booking training to the issuing of training certificates. It’s perfect!”

TMP enables training facilities to manage events, calendars, clients, trainees, trainee history and certifications. It has an interactive calendar and an action dashboard that identifies events that require attention and it ensures that critical steps are not missed. The integrated calendar automatically emails calendar invites to the attendees. The pain of generating certificates of attendance or competency is removed by the generation of certificates function which uses both a unique digital signature and a QR code that can be scanned to verify the trainees. Levels of approval based on user roles can be set up to ensure that certificates cannot be printed if the trainee’s payment confirmation has not been captured and so that certificates cannot be fraudulently printed.

For more information contact Saryx Engineering Group, 086 099 5105,,


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