Eyring Corp. announces the release of AMS version 5.0.3 for Windows and addition of a Systems Integration Group.
MIDVALE, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 1, 1996--Eyring Corp. announced the release of version 5.0.3 of its Assembly Management Software (AMS AMS - Andrew Message System ).
AMS is a client server based Refers to hardware or software that runs in the server. Contrast with client based. Windows(R) manufacturing execution system –
Manufacturing execution system (MES) describes a set of integrated functions within a packaged software system or it can also describe the accumulated functionality within the production management infrastructure of a manufacturing or production company. (MES (Manufacturing Execution Software) Software that provides real time access to plant activities that include equipment, labor, orders and inventory. An MES integrates the data with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems so that management has complete control of ) software for paperless work instructions. Version 5.0.3 maintains all of the features that have made AMS the paperless work instruction system of choice for so many customers.
AMS gives users a way to decrease the time to write process plans and work instructions. It also ties visual instructions with written instructions by giving the user the ability to scan in images or pull in CAD drawings from all the major CAD packages. The drawing tools allow the author to utilize color and the visual interface to point out areas of critical importance.
The user can also embed video instructions as a way of "just-in-time training." AMS also allows for shop floor control by giving the assembler Software that translates assembly language into machine language. Contrast with compiler, which is used to translate a high-level language, such as COBOL or C, into assembly language first and then into machine language. the capabilities of a simple visual pass/fail thus substantially reducing QC time and rework re·work
tr.v. re·worked, re·work·ing, re·works
1. To work over again; revise.
2. To subject to a repeated or new process.
n. of products.
With the use of AMS, installed customers have seen savings in several key areas of manufacturing:
-- 40-70 percent savings in documentation
-- 28-40 percent reduction in direct labor
-- 74-87 percent reduction in rework time
-- 95-99 percent reduction in reference retrieval
-- 17-20 percent improvement in learning and start up time.
AMS is designed to meet the needs of companies that are looking to improve productivity and substantially reduce rework. AMS also helps improves quality and creates a more empowered, highly informed and communicative work force.
Eyring further announced the addition of a Systems Integration group to the AMS Division. This group will assist new customers in project management, training and integration of existing systems into the AMS product line.
Eyring Corp. is a privately held corporation Noun 1. privately held corporation - a corporation owned by a few people; shares have no public market
close corporation, closed corporation, private corporation , established more than 20 years ago, specializing in information technology products. The company consists of three divisions: AMS; P-DOS(R), a real time 16, and 32 bit operating system operating system (OS)
Software that controls the operation of a computer, directs the input and output of data, keeps track of files, and controls the processing of computer programs. , for embedded applications; and Simulation, a division involved in systems integration and software for aircraft simulators.
The company was acquired approximately five years ago by a private investment group that has been focusing on the core businesses for continued growth. Eyring continues to pursue opportunities in its focus markets for strategic alliance and acquisition.
Information about Eyring and its products can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.eyring.com/
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CONTACT: Eyring Corp., Midvale
David L. Vangeison, 801/561-1111