Tuesday 8 October 2013

Manufacturing operations software website!

Aegis Software has launched an entirely new multi-lingual website designed to showcase the Company’s flagship Manufacturing Operations software, FactoryLogix for their fast-growing international audience.

The site is now available in English, German and Chinese, with several other European and Asian languages currently in development. The new website provides a high level overview of FactoryLogix’ integrated suite of software modules and devices, as well as detailed descriptions and screenshots of the NPI, material logistics, shop floor control, SMT line management, and real-time and historical reporting capabilities of the system.

Leveraging Aegis’ 16 years of software development experience, the new website illustrates how FactoryLogix was built from the ground up to support all types of discrete manufacturing. From PCB assembly, to complex box-builds, large system integrations and even high-speed consumer goods processing, FactoryLogix adapts to virtually any manufacturing process.

“We are extremely excited about the launch of our new FactoryLogix website” commented Shaun Black, Global Director of Marketing at Aegis. “We now have an excellent sales and marketing resource to engage new and existing customers across the electronics, medical, automotive, military and aerospace industries – particularly in Europe and Asia, where we are experiencing exponential growth.
“A solution like FactoryLogix impacts multiple levels within an organization. We designed the site to highlight how the software improves Operations, Manufacturing Engineering, Quality, IT, and even the Sales and Marketing departments within a company.” Black went on to say.

The Customer Support Gateway on the new site has also been redesigned with improved access to software downloads, product manuals, best practices guides, and online technical support. Aegis existing customer base of over 1600 factories worldwide now have access to additional online resources including web-based documentation, a user forum, a searchable knowledge base and training video library.

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