Misc. Software (e-Business, Supply Chain Management, EDI, etc.) (121)
Providers of software for e-business, EDI and other supply chain management applications.
Aalstec Data Corporation in Windsor, Ontario.
A provider of bar code products and services including automated data collection equipment, labels and ribbon, bar code printers, scanners, wireless networking, bar code and EDI software, EDI custom programming and VAN (value added network) services.
Acclimate Technologies, Inc. in Miamisburg, Ohio.
Provides software and consulting services to integrate and/or optimize EDI subsystems with business processes. Specializes in integrating the Inovis Trusted Link software with various ERP solutions including JDE, SAP, QAD, Stel Plan, Intuitive, DTR, and MAS90/200.
Actio Corporation in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
A provider of environmental regulatory compliance management software solutions.
Adexa, Inc. in Los Angeles, California.
A provider of automotive supply chain planning and manufacturing performance management software solutions that link strategic planning, financial planning, demand planning, operations planning, and supply chain planning with forecasting, execution and performance measurement activities.
Advanced Production Systems, Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky.
A provider of information and automation technology including automation controls, SCADA/MES systems, electrical panels, Andon displays and integration tools (I/Gear Data Transport Utility, WebAndon, Web Framework and GearBOX).
AIM Computer Solutions, Inc. in Fraser, Michigan.
A provider of manufacturing resource planning (MRP) and supply chain management (SCM) software solutions for the automotive repetitive-manufacturing industry.
AIT Systems, Inc. in Detroit, Michigan.
An EDI software vendor. Expertise in SECURE FTP, SECURE HTTP, EDIINT AS2, RFID Systems. Integrated EDI and bar coding, RFID tag generation. Offerings include RFID, bar coding equipment and supplies, installation, training and support.
ANXeBusiness Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
Operates the ANX network, a virtual private network that offers electronic procurement and collaborative engineering services to the automotive industry. Virtual Services, Inc. is a supplier of CAD/CAM software including Catia V4 & V5 and Unigraphics NX, training, implementation services, consulting, and technical support for compliance with the requirements of General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Honda, Toyota, Nissan, etc.
aPriori in Concord, Massachusetts.
A provider of enterprise product cost management software solutions.
Aptean in Atlanta, Georgia.
A provider of enterprise software applications and services. Automotive industry application areas include enterprise resource planning, global trade management, and manufacturing execution systems.
ASI DATAMYTE, Inc. in Plymouth, Minnesota.
A provider of enterprise quality management software, hardware and services.
Atos Origin, Inc. in Purchase, New York.
An information technology services company providing consulting, systems integration and managed operations service solutions.
Averna in Montreal, Québec.
Provides automation systems, embedded systems and test systems for the automotive and other markets. Products and services include IDB 1394 platform, IEEE-1394 boards, software, turnkey systems and engineering.
BarDyne, Inc. in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Products and services include engineering design software, publications, and laboratory testing. Software includes hydraulic, pneumatic, and motion control design and simulation. Applications include component design and selection, system control, reliability, etc.
Blackhawk Systems, Inc. in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A provider of fully-integrated paperless shop floor management software solutions to repetitive automotive suppliers. Services include tutorials and consulting.
BOSS Automated Barcode Systems in Milford, Michigan.
A supplier of product identification and tracking solutions including continuous form laser printers and products and related software applications.
Campfire Interactive, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A supplier of web-based collaborative software solutions. Applications include opportunity management, sales forecasting, market share management, competitor intelligence management, cost and price estimation, and change cost management.
CEBOS, Ltd. in Brighton, Michigan.
Develops and markets business process automation software. Processes automated include APQP and PPAP generation, document management, document review and approval, corrective action/non-conformance management, etc.
CIMdata, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Provides strategic product lifecycle management (PLM) consulting and program support services, in-depth research, and education.
Computer Sciences Corporation in Falls Church, Virginia.
Provides information technology (IT) services. Automotive industry expertise includes supply chain optimization, integration of vehicle and consumer electronics, product development as well as manufacturing throughput.
Covisint Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
An independent e-business service provider for the global automotive industry.
Crowe Horwath, LLP in South Bend, Indiana.
A provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solutions to the automotive and other industries.
CVM Solutions, LLC in Westchester, Illinois.
A provider of supply chain management software solutions.
CyberMetrics Corporation in Phoenix, Arizona.
A developer and supplier of calibration and maintenance management software solutions for asset management, calibration and maintenance management as well as quality and regulatory compliance.
Dassault Systèmes Americas Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Provides software applications to streamline manufacturing processes. DELMIA Automation provides solutions to digitally design, test and validate the control of a machine, work cell, or entire factory line and DELMIA PLM provides the process and resource capability to enable continuous creation and validation of manufacturing processes as related to the product throughout the entire product lifecycle.
Dassault Systèmes of America Corporation in Long Beach, California.
A software provider of manufacturing operations management solutions. FlexNet product line integrates shop floor operations with business systems (ERP, PLM, etc.) for clients in the automotive industry.
DATAForge™, LLC in Solon, Ohio.
Provides materials management technology and consulting services.
Datanational Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Publishers of the RF-ILVS™ (radio frequency in-line vehicle sequencing) system focusing on implementing and supporting manufacturing execution systems for automotive suppliers.
Dematic Corporation in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
An automated material handling solutions provider. Develops, implements and supports integrated solutions for the management of enterprise-wide inventory, distribution, logistics management and automated material handling systems. Manufactures conveyors, palletizers, sortation equipment, storage/retrieval machines and automated guided vehicles.
Design Systems Canada Ltd. in Windsor, Ontario.
A manufacturing facilities design engineering firm. Services include plant layout, preliminary conveyor selection and routing, electrical (power distribution, controls design, systems integration), facilities (ventilation, compressed air, water), plant and operation simulation (AutoMod simulation software), overall plant and property aerial photograph and ACAD file development, auto CAD detailing and drafting services, site installation and system start up assistance, project planning and scheduling, industrial engineering services, ergonomics development and implementation group, operations visual aids.
DiCentral in Houston, Texas.
A provider of web-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) EDI solutions.
DiCentral Corporation in Glendale, Wisconsin.
Develops and sells AutoLine release management and EDI software and hardware for the automotive industry. Services include support for communication, EDI translation, shippers (ASN and DESADV), bar code printing and scanning, scheduling/forecasting, RFQ/RRFQs, data import/export, web-based supply chain EDI, document reconciliation, and MRP/ERP interfaces.
Eagle Consulting & Development Corporation in Boonton, New Jersey.
Specializes in online, real-time automated data collection solutions for manufacturers in the automotive and other industries.
Eclipse Automotive Industry Working Group in Ottawa, Ontario.
An open source initiative to define and implement a standard platform for the software development tools used in the automotive industry.
eCustoms Inc. in Buffalo, New York.
A provider of automated solutions to help automotive suppliers customs compliance requirements. Solutions include export and import documentation, electronic submissions to Customs, NAFTA management, tariff classification, restricted party screening, ECCN analysis, export license determination, usage audit reporting, and export license application, submission and post approval management.
Edibar Systems, Inc. in Macomb, Michigan.
A software development company specializing in the integration of electronic data interchange (EDI) and bar code shipping label applications. Applications include automotive ASN shipping solutions, supply chain management and evaluated receipt settlement process systems. Interface capability with Sterling Commerce GENTRAN:Director & Server NT as well as other MRP/ERP software manufacturers.
Edicom Corporation in New York, New York.
Provides multi-standard and multi-protocol EDI solutions and B2B transaction systems including a software platform as well as VAN, AS2 Server, OFTP2, EAI, e-Invoicing, XBRL financial reporting and certification authority services.
Edict Systems Inc. in Beavercreek, Ohio.
A provider of web-based EDI solutions which include data translation, integration, web portals, and network services, etc.
EtQ, Inc. in Farmingdale, New York.
Provides intranet/internet-based quality (ISO 9000, ISO/TS 16949) and environmental (ISO-14001) system management software. Key modules include document control, CAR/PAR, audits, training, Risk Assessment, Project Management, etc.
FACTIVITY, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A provide of paperless factory floor automation software systems.
Factory Physics, Inc. in Bryan, Texas.
A consulting company that provides a scientific framework, tools and training to optimize performance of manufacturing supply chains. Also provides software support tools.
Freedom Technologies Corporation in Brighton, Michigan.
A systems integrator specializing in automated shop floor data collection solutions for inspection & identification applications to monitor & control shop floor operations. Functions include work-in-progress (WIP) tracking, label printing, and production information capture.
Fujitsu Glovia, Inc. in El Segundo, California.
A provider of automotive enterprise resource planning solutions.
Gartner, Inc. in Boston, Massachusetts.
A research firm that advises clients on supply chain best practices and the use of technology to support manufacturing activities. .Areas of expertise include the selection of manufacturing software applications (ERP, MES, Supply Chain, Logistics, Controls).
Genzlinger Associates, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Provides enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for the repetitive automotive supplier. Functions include OEM-certified EDI and real time factory data collection capabilities integrated with ERP functionality to forecast, plan and control manufacturing enterprise resources. Services include installation, implementation and customization.
Geometric Solutions in Warren, Michigan.
A provider of PLM software solutions, training and support services.
Godlan Automotive, LLC in Clinton Township, Michigan.
A provider of enterprise software for automotive manufacturers, including enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, electronic data interchange (EDI) software, and quality management software. Services include software development, sales, training and consulting.
Halogen Software in Ottawa, Ontario.
A provider of employee performance and training management software solutions for the automotive manufacturing and other industries.
Harpco Systems, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
Provides software, training and consulting services for implementing FMEA, DFMEA and APQP systems.
Hi-Lex Automotive Technical Center in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Activities include sales, engineering, prototyping and product testing. Application areas include electromechanical devices, control cables, window regulators, sunroof subassemblies and prototypes.
HTE, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Supplies plant floor information products and solutions such as hardware, software and turn-key solutions for serialized tracking, SCADA, MES and machine vision inspection systems.
IBS America, Inc. in Lexington, Massachusetts.
A provider of software and technology services to assist automotive manufacturers in achieving quality, production, traceability, and compliance management objectives. Application areas include document control, CAPA, APQP, inspections, warranty management, etc.
ICL Systems, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A supplier of software systems for the finished vehicle logistics supply chain including a fully integrated, web-native solution to provide visibility over the outbound transportation process, including the ability to generate continuously-updated ETA information and audit associated invoicing.
iConnect, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A technology service provider. Expertise includes global web EDI and XML data transformation. Products include a web-based application, iExchangeWeb, which enables business-to-business e-commerce electronic communication (via EDI, XML or proprietary application data). Applications include exchanging electronic documents among trading partners irrespective of data format, technology or system language.
I/Gear Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky.
A provider of software products to improve plant-wide connectivity and responsiveness. I/Gear DTU (data transport utility) - Allows dissimilar technologies to share vital data on the plant floor and with the business planting systems. I/Gear Web Framework - Transform raw data into useful information for effective presentation to the user.
IHR Detroit Automotive in Livonia, Michigan.
A provider of fully integrated embedded software solutions. Specializes in advanced technology applications with main focus on automotive body electronics, interior lighting and sensors.
IHS, Inc. in Toronto, Ontario.
Provides failure mode and effects risk-analysis software such as D-FMEA, P-FMEA and M-FMEA as well as FMECA (failure mode and effects criticality analysis) for the automotive and other industries that supports Six Sigma, SAE J1739, ISO 9000, QS-9000, ISO/TS 16949 and advanced product quality planning (APQP).
IMAGINITiT Technologies in Owings Mills, Maryland.
A design automation software and technology services provider of solutions to assist in the design, development, and management of projects, products, and facilities. Services include technology consulting, implementation, integration, training and support. Integrators of Autodesk and PLM software.
INDUSTRIOS Software, Inc. in Oakville, Ontario.
Specializes in software for small to mid-sized discrete manufacturers in the make-to-order, make-to-stock, assemble-to-order, configure-to-order and mixed mode manufacturing environments.
Infor in Alpharetta, Georgia.
A provider of enterprise resource planning, supply chain planning and execution, relationship management, asset management, product lifecycle management, quality management, and business intelligence software solutions covering the automotive manufacturing and distribution enterprise, from warehouse to shop floor, from order to delivery and from planning to profit and loss statements.
Infor Global Solutions Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A provider of automotive-specific business solutions, which includes best-in-class tools for supply chain execution and management, customer requirements management and enterprise resource planning.
Information Builders, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Provides software integration and business intelligence reporting for automotive vehicle manufacturers and upper-tier suppliers.
Information Builders, Inc. in New York, New York.
A supplier of manufacturing software solutions to provide software integration and business intelligence reporting for automotive vehicle manufacturers and upper-tier suppliers.
Insequence Corporation in Smyrna, Tennessee.
A supplier of automotive sequential part delivery and manufacturing execution systems.
Intellicosting, LLC in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of product costing data software.
Intrepid Control Systems, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A provider of high technology software and electronics engineering services with a focus on automated PC based measurement and control.
IQMS in Paso Robles, California.
A supplier of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software. Features include embedded EDI/XML, serialized labels, release control management, customer and supplier management, cumulative order tracking, finite and infinite scheduling/production, shipping requirements, pool/master bills of lading, APQP, PPAP, Document Control, and preventative maintenance. Capabilities include multi-language, multi-plant, and multi-currency.
ISOQualitas, LLC in Houston, Texas.
A provider of ISO product life cycle management and manufacturing execution support software.
ITI TranscenData Americas in Milford, Ohio.
A provider of consulting, software products and related integration services.
JDA Software Group, Inc. in Scottsdale, Arizona.
A provider of supply-chain management software. Automotive application areas include inventory optimization, supplier relationship management as well as order fulfillment.
LeanLogistics, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
Provides a supply chain management software-as-a-service platform.
Lexon Corporation in Worthington, Ohio.
Develops, markets, and supports EDI software solutions for the automotive industry.
Liberty Grove Software in Toronto, Ontario.
Specializes in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Provides development, training, consulting and upgrade services. Focus is on suppliers that are metal stampers, process injection molders, extruders and volume machining type manufacturing.
Loftware, Inc. in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
A provider of client and server-centric bar code label printing software for enterprise printing and integrates with host/legacy applications and print labels stand-alone, across LAN/WAN or via the internet.
Lowry Solutions in Brighton, Michigan.
A provider of RFID, wireless, bar code, data collection, and labeling solutions. Application areas include asset tracking and management, supply chain visibility, work-in-progress, and mandate compliance. Products include Smart Trac™ labels with Gen 2 inlays as well as automated labeling systems for supply chain, packaging, and RFID applications.
Mac Arthur Corporation in Grand Blanc, Michigan.
Supplies pressure sensitive labels for statistical and inventory processes, final assembly, identification and other applications to the automotive and other industries. Products include ribbons, printing and dispensing equipment and related software.
mcaConnect, LLC in Denver, Colorado.
A global systems integrator providing Microsoft Dynamics AX and CRM solutions to the automotive and other industries.
Mentor Graphics Corporation in Wilsonville, Oregon.
A provider of software and hardware design solutions in the area of electronic design automation. Provides electrical and electronic (E/E) design tool solutions for the automotive market. Application areas include design, analysis and engineering of electrical distribution systems and associated harnesses, automotive networking and electric and electronic sub-systems. Also provides embedded system/software for in-vehicle network design.
MetricStream, Inc. in Palo Alto, California.
A provider of enterprise quality management software. Features include CAPA, non-conformance, supplier quality, training, equipment management and document management modules.
MFG.com in Marietta, Georgia.
An online sourcing system for custom manufacturing services that matches Buyer requirements with Supplier expertise, credentials and capacity and helps manage the sourcing process, collaboration, performance of due diligence, and establishment of a private network of preferred vendors.
Minitab, Inc. in State College, Pennsylvania.
A provider of statistical quality improvement software for data analysis and presentation.
MK & Associates in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides software solutions and consulting and implementation services for automotive suppliers in the areas of EDI, release accounting, web-based supply chain management, ERP, program launch, product life-cycle management, quality management, engineering change, workflow, and quotations, etc.
MSI International in Independence, Ohio.
A supplier of enterprise resource planning software. Applications include financials, distribution, manufacturing including general ledger, accounts payable, customer service, sales order processing, purchasing, inventory control, manufacturing execution, advanced planning, master production scheduling, shop floor control and data collection.
National Instruments Corporation in Austin, Texas.
A provider of engineering software with applications in the areas of powertrain, body and chassis, safety, automotive electronics and manufacturing testing.
NMetric LLC in Costa Mesa, California.
A provider of logistics process automation software systems.
Northwest Analytics in Portland, Oregon.
A supplier of software for plant floor data collection, monitoring, network and web-based SPC analysis and reporting that integrates with other manufacturing management software for enterprise wide quality and process management reporting.
Nutech Systems, Inc. in Grandville, Michigan.
A provider of a AS/400-based data collection software suite featuring warehousing, inventory, time, attendance, and job reporting. Interfaces written for most major ERP packages including Geac/JBA, J.D. Edwards, BPCS, and MAPICS.
Nutech Systems, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A provider of a System i based barcode data collection software suite featuring warehousing, inventory, time, attendance, and job reporting. Interfaces written for most major ERP packages including System/21, J.D. Edwards, BPCS, and MAPICS.
Omnex, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
An international consulting, training and software organization that specializes in creating management systems to improve the performance of quality systems. Services include training and consulting in quality standards and methods, and software solutions. Major methodology products include ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14000, ISO/TS 16949:2002, QOS and Lean/Six Sigma.
Open Applications Group, Inc. in Marietta, Georgia.
An organization that promotes best practices and XML content for e-business and application integration to the automotive and other industries.
OpenText GXS in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Provides global B2B e-commerce and integration solutions to help streamline and automate automotive supply chains and extend trading communities using EDI, XML, EAI, and OAGi.
Parametric Technology Corporation in Needham, Massachusetts.
A provider of packaged software product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions and custom technology in the areas of CAD/CAM, CAE, PDM, visualization, as well as supplier and customer collaboration.
Pilgrim Software, Inc. in Tampa, Florida.
Provider of collaborative eAPQP and enterprise quality management and business process management software.
Plex Systems, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A provider of software information systems to manufacturing companies. Modules cover enterprise resource planning (ERP), quality, shop floor control, accounting, production, scheduling, shipping, EDI, purchasing, tooling, sales/customer relation management (CRM), e-commerce, inventory, maintenance, materials, engineering and statistical process control (SPC).
Plexus Corporation in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Designs, develops and delivers online, classroom and customized learning programs. Automotive training services include the design and deployment of training on a global basis through international partners and most training materials are written in numerous languages. Training and certification of all ISO/TS 16949 Registrar Auditors in partnership with the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG). Complete training systems for ISO 9001:2000, ISO/TS 16949:2002, QS-9000, ISO 14000, AS9100 and the QS-9000 TE supplement. Full customization and on-site delivery available. Other training services include APQP, FMEA, MSA, and SPC training. Products include Terrapene Process Management Suite software to help automate tasks associated with achieving compliance to customer quality requirements.
pmcAMERICA, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
An international SAP channel and development partner offering solutions tailored specifically to meet the needs of automotive manufacturers and suppliers. Specializes in automotive best business practices.
POOL4TOOL America, LLC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A provider of sourcing, supplier & supply chain management (SCM) and quality software solutions.
Production Process in Londonderry, New Hampshire.
A provider of industrial manufacturing software systems. Features include downtime tracking, OEE monitoring, production scheduling, preventative maintenance/TPM, production reporting, and ERP interface.
Pyramid Solutions, Inc. in Bingham Farms, Michigan.
A software engineering and systems integration firm specializing in the development of manufacturing execution systems (MES) software and technologies to optimize the manufacturing environment.
QAD, Inc. in Santa Barbara, California.
Provides global manufacturing collaborative commerce applications.
QStrat, Inc. in Toronto, Ontario.
Provides automotive supply chain quoting solutions to facilitate enterprise-wide quote process integration. Features include secure quote preparation, quote tracking with cost modeling.
Radley Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of software products and consulting services to assist automotive suppliers in managing electronic data. Product applications include web-enabled EDI, automotive EDI, hosted EDI, supply chain management, and bar code, RFID, and automated data collection are integrated into many widely used ERP/MRP systems.
RT Systems, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Produces and markets an affordable PC based warehouse management systems and a sequence verification system for component sequence parts supply to automotive assembly plants. Utilizes portable RF terminals for essential error proofing and integrates with all major automotive broadcasts.
SAP America, Inc. in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
A provider of e-business software for the automotive industry.
SAS Institute, Inc. in Cary, North Carolina.
A provider of software solutions, services and technology to combine and analyze warranty, customer, quality, and vehicle data, etc.
SEEBURGER, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia.
A global provider of EAI and e-business solutions. Applications include EDI, WebEDI, and EAI integration needs.
Sescoi USA, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of automatic manufacturing software for the mold, die and tool industries such as automatic surface machining software for implementation into existing NC toolpath generation process as well as high-end CAD software tools. Products include job shop management (ERP) software which feature production control software and hardware tools for managing production processes including quotation, sales monitoring, manufacturing monitoring, purchases/inventory, time entry, configuration, calculation and system management. Other available capabilities include 3D CAD viewing, markup, collaborating and measuring.
Siemens PLM Software in Plano, Texas.
A provider of product life cycle management software solutions.
Softing North America, Inc. in Knoxville, Tennessee.
A provider of factory automation hardware and software.
Software AG, Inc. in Reston, Virginia.
A supplier of system software and services for enterprise IT solutions. Develops products and solutions that support the XML (Extensible Markup Language) standard.
SupplyOn North America, Inc. in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Offers automotive e-business solutions for sourcing, sales, logistics, supply chain management and engineering development.
Synesis International, Inc. in Greenville, South Carolina.
Services include lean manufacturing consulting in the areas of planning and design-to-implementation for new facilities, product lines, manufacturing processes, material handling/distribution systems, and enterprise-wide information/control systems and software. Industrial engineering services include facility layout, lean consulting, value stream mapping, process mapping and streamlining, and material handling. Systems solutions provided include ERP, CRM, EDI, MES, Corrective Action/CAR, APS/Planning/Scheduling, Sequence/Sequencing Systems, Release Accounting EDI, APQP, PPAP, Quality, Supply Chain/CRM, Logistics/Vendor Management, Activplant Performance Management and custom solutions for automotive suppliers.
TAKE Supply Chain in Austin, Texas.
A supplier of real-time supply chain execution and reverse logistics software. Application areas include shipping operations, materials management, Kanban/lean manufacturing, VMI/consignment inventory, label compliance, etc.
TechView Corporation in Carrboro, North Carolina.
A supplier of the TechView Manufacturing Work Instruction system including TechEdit: an authoring tool for creating work instructions with graphics such as digital photos; Methods: database tool for managing, maintaining and organizing work instructions for paperless viewing on the factory floor using HyperView: viewing software.
The Descartes Systems Group Inc. in Waterloo, Ontario.
A provider of software-as-a-service (SaaS) logistics solutions and multi-modal global logistics solutions. Logistics management solutions combine a multi-modal network with component-based applications to provide messaging services between logistics trading partners, shipment management services to help manage third-party carriers, private fleet management services, and global customs and regulatory compliance services. Provides hosted, transactional and packaged solutions.
T.L. Ashford & Associates in Crescent Springs, Kentucky.
A provider of bar-code, RFID and compliance labeling software solutions.
ToolWorx Information Products, Inc. in Brighton, Michigan.
A developer of automated data collection applications, specializing in lot/part traceability and error proofing. Product features include the ability to accurately collect information from the shop floor, warehouse or out in the field using bar codes, radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, or programmable logic controllers (PLC).
VIA Information Tools, Inc. in Naples, Florida.
Software developer of the MAN-IT manufacturing execution system. Also offers installation support of shop-floor execution systems and IT services for automotive parts tracking and sequencing applications. Capabilities include production validation, production sequencing, raw material validation, process variable collection, OEE Dashboard, PLC interaction, standard ERP interfaces, downtime tracking, non-conformance tracking, labeling, and operator certification.
Waypoint Global, LLC in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A provider of e-business solutions, software, and professional services for collaboration within and between organizations in the automotive and other multi-tier industries. Applications include the transmission of advanced product quality planning data such as parts dimensions, test results and process control plans, etc.
Xeeva, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
A provider of indirect procurement and MRO software solutions.
Zontec, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A developer of quality management and statistical process control (SPC) software for data collection, charting, analysis, monitoring, messaging and reporting. Features include real-time operation, extensive gage interfacing, web-data collection, monitoring and reporting and a scalable architecture for standalone, LAN or enterprise-wide implementation.