5/13/2004 - Synergy Microsystems, Inc. (Synergy), a leading developer of board-level solutions for real-time embedded applications, announced that it has received Boeing’s highest recognition of supplier excellence, the Gold Supplier Quality rating, for the second year in a row. Synergy received Gold ratings in two separate categories for single-board computers (SBCs) it supplied to Boeing’s military and space divisions.
To achieve the gold-level quality ratings, Synergy delivered all products to Boeing with zero defects over a 12-month period, as reported in the aerospace company’s latest documentation on supplier performance. Additionally, Synergy delivered the boards on schedule 100 percent of the time.
“The Gold ratings are especially noteworthy this year in that they reflect both Synergy’s out-of-box (OOB) performance and on-time delivery of multiple shipments made to six different Boeing sites,” according to Synergy CEO Thomas Powell. “The fact that Synergy received the Gold rating again this year is a testament to the quality-assurance programs we have in place.
“The excellent experience Boeing has received is reflective of the way Synergy does business with all its customers,” Powell added. “Synergy prides itself in having the ability to delivery the highest quality product within the strictest deadlines.”
About Synergy Microsystems
Synergy Microsystems, Inc. (www.synergymicro.com) specializes in the design, manufacture and integration of single- and multi-processor, single-board computers for VME and CompactPCI systems to meet the needs of demanding real-time applications in military, aerospace, DSP, and industrial/commercial markets. Synergy has a long track record of extracting the highest possible performance from current and emerging SBC technologies, then supporting these technologies through extended product lifecycles. In business since 1985 under the original ownership, the corporation is privately held, with facilities in San Diego, CA. and Tucson, AZ.
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