BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, UK: Aegis Software announced that its New Product Introduction and shop-floor paperless documentation system has been selected by Makso Electronic BV for their manufacturing site in Veenendaal, The Netherlands.
Their deployment integrates all of operations from New Product Introduction through documentation version control and viewing on the production floor. Through use of Aegis' singular system architecture, their process planning, documentation and programming functions are unified with shop-floor document delivery and control.
This delivers Makso both world-class NPI velocity and work instruction management. Their engineering offices turn jobs and ECO's rapidly while operators have version-assured access to CAD-intelligent and visual work instructions across the entire process scope.
Makso Electronic has long been a top EMS provider in The Netherlands. The company designs, develops, documents and manufactures complex electronics and electromechanical products for the industrial and commercial sectors. Makso Electronic selected the most widely deployed and proven NPI and paperless shop floor documentation system available, ensuring their success.
Ton Ten Hove owner of Makso Electronic, said: "We chose Aegis as our partner for their proven track record and technology. Choosing the right system for managing our incoming customer data and shop floor documentation was critical to us. Aegis technology certainly met our functional requirements. We also demanded a good business partner. With over 1100 installed factories and 35 machine vendor endorsements, we have the assurance that comes with partnering with a market leader."
Christian Teasdel, Sales Director for UK and Benelux of Aegis Software Europe added: "We are honoured to have earned the business of Makso Electronic for further improving the efficiency and control of their operations. We also look forward to growing their deployment with them in the future. This new business further highlights Aegis' market share and commitment to the Benelux region."