Today’s software reflects the fact that ISO compliance is ingrained in the manufacturing world. Often manufacturers use software built around common quality standards-such as ISO 9001, AS 9100 and TS 16949-for calibration, gage management and document control, each of which plays a part in ISO compliance.
Because ISO standards affect calibration, the software must allow operators to improve the business and receive or maintain compliance.
usCalibration (Irvine, CA) understands quality and compliance: the company grew from a calibration lab and employs experts on calibration management who developed the software during the past eight years. Previously used in-house only, the software was released to the public last year. “We’re not software people that decided to do calibration-we’re calibration people that decided to do software,” says Jim Simmons, CEO and technical project manager. Read full articleRead More