Rocket EMS Launches Voyager Software


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Rocket EMS Inc. has launched its newest software program, Voyager, which is designed to control requirements, documentation and material, process parameters and guidelines, track all data, quality and WIP, and alert when control, process or tracking deviates or a goal is achieved.

As part of the control aspect, the software includes the following:

  • ESD
  • Solder Paste
  • Production Schedule

As part of the Process element, Voyager manages:

  • Customer Requirement
  • Build Readiness
  • ECO/Deviation

As part of the Track aspect, Voyager keeps track of the following:

  • First Article Report
  • Technical Inquiries
  • RMA/Rework

As part of the Alert element, the software program controls:

  • Quality
  • ECO/Deviation
  • Shipment

About Rocket EMS Inc.

Rocket EMS is a Santa Clara, Calif.-based full-service EMS supplier providing a broad range of services including PCB layout, supply chain management, assembly, test, system build and logistics across a broad range of market segments. Rocket addresses quick-turn NPI support through domestic volume production. The company is comprised of a group of dedicated long-term employees using state-of-the-art tools and equipment led by a management team with a track record of success in the EMS business.

 

 

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