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ASI DataMyte merges with DDW Computersysteme

DDW Computersysteme will merge with ASI DataMyte and the combined companies will operate under the ASI DataMyte name.

 

DDW, located in Lübeck, Germany, is one of the providers of CAQ (Computer Aided Quality) solutions in the German and European markets. Its manufacturing quality-related software suite, known as QDA, is an integrated set of quality software applications that addresses a broad range of manufacturers’ quality control requirements, including SPC, APQP, FMEA, PPAP, gage management, document management, complaint management, supplier management, test planning and incoming inspection.

 

DDW also offers a LIMS and an assembly management solution.

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