In keeping with its storied history and reputation for innovation, Moog Music (rhymes with “vogue”) moved its SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software to the cloud with the help of Converge. By removing technology constraints, the effort has improved the company’s design and manufacture process, providing greater efficiency in all aspects of operations.
Headquartered in Asheville, NC, employee-owned Moog Music is known in the industry as the leading manufacturer of theremins and analog synthesizers. Founded as R. A. Moog Co. in 1953 by 19-year-old Robert Moog and his father, the company has continuously produced groundbreaking electronic musical instruments that have profoundly influenced modern music since the mid-sixties.
DDB knew they had a great product. Since 1996 they've been making NEMA enclosures (made for protecting electronic and telecommunications equipment from the elements) that are backed by a 15-year warranty in an industry where 90 days to a year is the norm. You can't stay afloat with that kind of warranty with anything less than an excellent product. DDB needed help quantifying how great their product is, so they asked Converge for some help.
Clear Automation is an innovator. Management realized their product development environment was lagging. They had issues with revision control, workflows, team collaboration, and managing their SOLIDWORKS Data. They turned to Converge's expertise with EpiGrid's Cloud hosted solutions and were able to solve a lot of their problems by taking their product development environment to the Cloud.