Aegis to Demo Latest FactoryLogix Solution at IPC APEX


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Aegis Software will demonstrate their FactoryLogix manufacturing operations solution at booth 535 during the IPC APEX show in San Diego California from February 24th to 26th. Visitors to the booth will see how FactoryLogix enables manufacturers to accelerate the delivery of complex, configured-to-order electronic assemblies and box-builds, while ensuring high quality standards, and providing total product and process traceability.

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FactoryLogix is an integrated suite of modules and devices designed to improve every aspect of manufacturing operations. System functionality spans new product introductions, factory-wide material management, paperless shop floor, real-time operational dashboards, and historical reporting.

Aegis’ flagship software seamlessly connects with existing ERP and other third-party systems, and the solution’s deep integration with product design data, provides process engineers, line operators, and quality managers with a CAD-driven visualization of each part or component used in production and testing.

This rich, granular manufacturing detail allows FactoryLogix to deliver a level of end-to-end traceability not possible in other enterprise MES systems – helping electronics assemblers meet burdensome regulatory requirements commonly seen in the medical, military, automotive and aerospace industries.

About Aegis

Founded in 1997, Aegis Software is headquartered in a state-of-the-art development and training facility in Philadelphia PA. Aegis has international sales and support offices in Germany, UK, China and Japan, and is partnered with 36 manufacturing equipment suppliers. With a global customer base of over 1700 factories across the military, aerospace, electronics, medical, and automotive industries. Aegis delivers a unique level of capability, value, and time-to-value for its manufacturing customers. Learn more by visiting www.aiscorp.com

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