Omnex Winter Navigator 2022

by Chad Kymal,Antony John,Dave Watkins published on December 14, 2021

Omnex is delighted to announce the release of our newsletter 2022 Winter Navigator edition. Since its first publication in 1985, we have been proud to provide value for our clients every year through our newsletter focusing on Business Excellence and Continual Improvement. We hope the information will help your organization better familiarize itself with the changes happening in our industry. Check for our articles, case studies, whitepapers, training programs, news around the world, and more in the latest issue of our Newsletter “2022 Winter Navigator” edition.

EwQIMS key changes - By Anthony John, VP Omnex Systems

EwQIMS Software has recently undergone a major UI/UX change which includes five platforms like NPD/APQP Platform, Electric & Autonomous Vehicle Platform, Quality Management Systems / QHSE (IMS) Software Platform, Supplier Quality Management Platform, and performance management platform.

AS13100: Integrating AEQG Customer Requirements with AS9100 and AS9145 - By Dave Watkins, Director International Operations

AS13100 is a new standard to harmonize and simplify supplier quality requirements, supplementing AS9100 (QMS) and AS9145 (APQP/PPAP) developed by the SAE G-22 Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Technical Committee. As a result of the changes brought about by AS13100, development is more rigorous with increased prevention and control strategies and methods to improve product quality. Integrating the requirements of this new standard is considered essential to developing, maintaining, and improving a more effective and efficient QMS.

The Cyber security Standards Landscape & Supply Chain Standards - By Chad Kymal, CTO, Omnex Inc.

The cyber threats landscape is constantly evolving. Cyber security is of greater importance to an industry that is the backbone of communications and information exchanges of any kind. The Defense industry has adopted the CMMC 2.0 standard and rolled out the updated Cybersecurity requirements of the Department of Defence(DOD). What is the current cyber security standards landscape, and what are industries doing to address this grave danger?

TIA initiative - By Chad Kymal, CTO, Omnex Inc.

The SCS 9001 is a Supply Chain Security Management System. It appears to be the most comprehensive and most specific Supply Chain Security Standard because IT telecommunications are at the center of all organizational infrastructure for both the US and global organizations. The key to understanding SCS 9001 is reflected in the architectural model with a summary of the entire standard including security measures (metrics), 10 security domains, supply chain requirements, and some key security processes. Read More