Convergence Data builds long term relationships with its customers. Typically our customers require tools and solutions to help with new data initiatives each year, which keeps us engaged and focused on our customer’s requirements. Convergence Data’s capabilities are applicable to different industries, including; Aerospace and Defense, Automotive and Industrial Products, Electronics, Oilfield and Gas services.
Convergence Data helped develop their third party content management strategy to support their new enterprise search tools, which supported their preferred part re-use programs.
CDS helped Novellus classify and cleansed common buy items shared across their business, federating approved data into their Windchill PDM solution. CDS hosted their DFR database that supported a small data cleansing team in India to complete this work.
Convergence helped develop their part data strategy and business case for using our software to solve critical business issues; e.g. PLM integration.
Boeing leveraged the CDS toolset to upgrade their i2 legacy CSM solution so that they could have more robust, easy to use software supported by regular maintenance updates. CDS worked with IHS to provide them more integrated data solutions for electronic components lifecycle and compliance updates.
Baker Hughes had us conduct data analysis of a single product line to help demonstrate the value of cleansed part data to manage inventory costs.
National Oilwell uses Convergence’s DFR software on the front end of their Oracle ERP and Teamcenter PLM data conversions. All legacy parts are classified, part attribute enrichment, descriptions generated and duplicates analyzed in DFR as part of each conversion.
Lockheed Martin and Sikorsky uses Convergence’s Data Services for purchased parts including category classification, part attribute enrichment then loaded into their PLM system to make it easier for engineers to find and reuse parts.
Ingersoll Rand uses Convergence’s Data Services and DFR software for their purchased and service parts including category classification, part attribute enrichment and analyzed for duplication and cost savings.
Both Haier and GE Appliances divisions uses Convergence’s Data Services and DFR software for purchased parts including category classification, part attribute enrichment and analyzed for duplication and cost savings. Convergence’s analytical tools are used as part of the DVA process to provide the part rationalization cluster information for cost reduction opportunities.