AIM Completes New Honda Testing Requirements At No Charge To Existing Honda Customers
FRASER (WWJ) — AIM Computer Solutions, a provider of specialized software for the auto supplier community, has received its approval for Honda North America’s EDI and Bar Code Software update testing for 2013.
“This test demonstrates that AIM’s EDI and bar coding system has been modified to meet the new Honda requirements as defined by their 2013 Honda EDI & Bar Code Label Implementation Requirements Document,” says Jerry Czernel, vice president of operations for AIM. “It is also an example of our EDI/Bar Code Perpetual Warranty program at work. Our existing Honda EDI and Bar Code Label users paid nothing… zero… to get this major change for their Honda customer. The software is delivered, pre-mapped and tested to the AIM customer.”
“We are excited about our long-term relationship with key OEMs like Honda, Toyota, GM, Chrysler, Ford and others, and look forward to providing the continued and expanded services to automotive suppliers who need a trusted EDI and ERP provider,” concluded Czernel.
The deadline for the Honda requirement was not until Labor Day Sept. 3 this year, but AIM wanted to complete the task early for its customers to have an option to implement the changes well before the due date. Due to AIM’s unique Fast Deliver program, the change was installed in a matter of minutes to their customers.
AIM’s Vision product provides a single source for automotive EDI integration into production scheduling complete with demand smoothing to accommodate work schedules, and lean manufacturing and supply chain management. Other capabilities include outside processing, multiple level lot control, In Line Vehicle Sequencing, and Release Accounting. AIM’s RapidTrak product is a web-enabled wireless material tracking system used in both manufacturing and non-manufacturing environments and is ideal for tracking MRO items, tooling and die sets, perishable materials consumed in manufacturing, general asset tracking or for fleet inventory.
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