Trubiquity to Launch TRUcentrix 6.1Trubiquity, a provider of managed file transfer, process automation and integration software, Friday announced that it will launch TRUcentrix 6.1 featuring MFT functionality and APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning)/PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) automation capabilities, at the 2013 Quality Expo at McCormick Place in Chicago, Sept. 10-12.
Trubiquity Implements Cloud System With Supplier Integration For German FirmTrubiquity, a provider of managed file transfer, process automation and integration software, has successfully completed the first phase of a major electronic data interchange cloud project with Wennree, a trading house for organic food and cosmetics in German-speaking countries.
HR Notices From October 23The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom notices from Michigan's technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Trubiquity Launches Global Rebrand Initiative, New Web SiteTroy-based Trubiquity Tuesday announced a global rebrand initiative and new Web site to better represent its full scope of managed file transfer, automation and integration services.
Client Wins From August 6New business won by Michigan's technology-focused companies
Trubiquity Joins the Codex of PLM Openness InitiativeTrubiquity, as a provider of managed file transfer, process automation and integration software, has joined the Codex of PLM Openness initiative.
Awards and Certifications From March 9-11The latest industry awards and certifications earned by Michigan's technology-focused companies and institutions
Trubiquity Gets Chinese PartnerTrubiquity, a provider of managed file transfer software and other software-as-a-service systems for a variety of industries, Wednesday announced a distribution agreement with Shanghai Automotive Information Systems, enabling SAIS to deliver Trubquity to companies in the Chinese auto industry.
Saab Implements Managed File Transfer With Troy Firm's TechTroy-based Trubiquity, a provider of global managed file transfer and business process integration, announced that Saab Automobile AB of Trollhattan, Sweden agreed as of Jan. 1 to use Trubiquity's managed file transfer system, Truexchange, for its supplier computer aided design and related data exchange requirements.