Zontec Releases Synergy 2000 Multi-Function Toolbox Version 2.0 to Make Data Automation Seamless Regardless of Equipment

Synergy 2000 SPC software Multi-Function Toolbox Diagram.

Synergy 2000 Multi-Function Toolbox

Cincinnati, OH—November 1, 2012 —Zontec Inc. the international developer of Statistical Process Control (SPC) software solutions, today announced an update to its Synergy 2000™ Multi-function Toolbox for its customers worldwide.

“We believe that data automation should be transparent to the customer,” said Zontec President Warren Ha. “Because each customer’s needs are unique we designed the Multi-function Toolbox to be flexible.”

The Multi-function Toolbox automatically collects data in real-time from PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers), CMMs (Coordinate Measurement Machines) and similar plant hardware. The Multi-function Toolbox also enables companies to seamlessly transfer legacy data from other applications or databases, integrate data from manufacturing applications such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Laboratory Management Systems (LIMS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Systems as well as serve as a communication bridge between (Open Platform Connectivity) OPC servers and the Synergy 2000 OPC client.

“For those in the automotive industry, the Multi-function Toolbox also supports the AIAG Quality Measurement Data (QMD) specification as an open exchange format into Synergy 2000 from standard gaging devices,” noted Ha.

Our customers are anticipating the new enhancements as well.

“We are excited about the release of version 2.0 of the Synergy 2000 Multi-function Toolbox,” said Cary Williams, Process Leader for Amantea Nonwovens LLC. “The Synergy 2000 Multi-function Toolbox has made it easier for us to look at our data over time. It has facilitated our continuous process improvement efforts.”

Here is a brief highlight of some of the new cutting-edge features:

  • Ability to conntect to multiple OPC Servers
  • Save selected tags as a group in OPC client
  • Import data from any database through Open Database Connectivity (ODBC)
  • Setup data transfers for multipleComma-separated values (CSV) files
  • Updated to lastest version of Microsoft Net 4.0
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