DESIGNED FOR AEROSPACE
Complete QMS System
Visual Work Instructions
AS9102 FAI Reporting
Live Job Costing
Cutting Tool Management
Connects Every Level of Your Shop
Olson Custom Designs is a CNC manufacturing facility in Indianapolis, Indiana and they service the Aerospace & Defense industry. They have grown from 5 to 30 people in just 18 months, and the thing they love most about ProShop is when they have an audit because ProShop makes it so much easier.
Sealth Aero Marine is a leading manufacturer of aerospace latches and other hardware. Hear Rich Olsen, Production Manager, talk about how SAM realized over 300% ROI in the first year of implementing ProShop. SAM was also profiled in the March 2017 issue of Modern Machine Shop.
Trulife Engineered Solutions is the contract manufacturing division of Trulife Inc., a global manufacturer based in Ireland. Hear Brian talk about the unique abilities of ProShop.
AEROSPACE CASE STUDIES
Sealth Aero Marine converted to Proshop from a traditional accounting based ERP system and have seen many benefits since. Sealth was able to increase planning throughput, reduce late work orders, improve visibility of performance, and increase sales all by using ProShop.
Sealth Aero Marine (SAM), located in Mill Creek, WA is an aerospace OEM who designs and manufactures latches and other precision machined hardware for the commercial, military and VIP jet market. They converted from a traditional accounting based ERP system to ProShop and have seen many benefits in combining all their company and quality operations into a comprehensive ERP/MES and QMS system….
In just a few short months, Nezkot switched from a home made Excel based job management system to ProShop’s web based shop management suite, became the first company in Australia to become AS9100 Rev D certified, and streamlined their company operations! It was much easier than they predicted.
As Nezkot grew with more sophisticated requirements and larger programs, they required a more complete manufacturing software solution to replace the multiple disparate systems they were using. When they started looking for a manufacturing ERP system that was better suited for their more complex business and manufacturing requirements, they were underwhelmed with the choices they found in legacy ERP systems. It seemed as though those systems weren’t actually designed for what they needed them to do.