Long-term prosperity in business is rare and decreasing. In the U.S., for example, research has shown that companies currently remain in the S&P 500 index for an average of just 18 years, down from 61 years in 1958. And it’s a similar story elsewhere in today’s dynamic, interconnected world.
People often talk about the high failure rate for software implementation projects. Stories abound about failures in CRM, MES, SCM and QMS, but the stories are especially disturbing when they involve ERP.
Universal Testing Machines (UTMs) are reliable workhorses—they can run hundreds of tests each day, seven days a week, sustaining the energy from test specimens breaking at loads up to 5 kN, 50 kN, even 600 kN and beyond.
Avox Systems Division uses CMMs to complete certification
June 1, 2016
In March 2014, I was moved to a new position within Zodiac Aerospace at Avox Systems. Almost immediately after I started we had an ISO audit (ISO is a series of standards developed by the International Organization for Standardization).
To find out more, Quality spoke with John Nesi, Vice President of Market Development at Rockwell Automation, and Bryce Barnes, Senior Manager of Cisco Systems’ Machine and Robot Segment globally under Cisco’s Internet of Things Manufacturing Solutions Group.