Amphenol Canada to Provide Dynamic CAD Engine and eCatalog through Thomas Enterprise Partnership

Amphenol Canada customers will have streamlined access to CAD models, part specifications and other rich product data.

Jan 07, 2016, 09:00 ET from Thomas Enterprise Solutions

NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In an effort to deliver on-demand access to its 3D CAD library and deliver a positive digital customer experience, Amphenol Canada is implementing the Thomas Enterprise Solutions eCatalog and dynamic CAD solution on its website.

Amphenol Canada's customer base of Military and Aerospace OEM design engineers will soon have access to the most up-to-date 3D CAD models, part specifications and dynamically-generated 2D drawings — all on-demand in the formats and structures that they require. This rich data creates a top-notch digital experience for Amphenol customers, providing the advanced resources engineers need to effectively specify and commit products to their designs.

Located in Toronto, Canada, Amphenol Canada Corp. is a subsidiary of Amphenol Corporation — an international leader in the design and production of interconnect products for military, aerospace and commercial markets. Thomas Enterprise's technology will digitize information for Amphenol's complex military and aerospace connectors — found throughout the aerospace industry in everything from aircraft to ground vehicles and satellites.

"We are thrilled to partner with Amphenol Canada so that they can better serve customers with richer data," said David Bandi, Director of Marketing for Thomas Enterprise Solutions. "Thomas helps manufacturers deliver quality digital product information, in a variety of formats, to create a positive digital experience wherever Amphenol's products may be found — the key to high customer satisfaction with design engineers."

Thomas Enterprise Solutions will work closely with Amphenol Canada to identify and provide the information and formats that its customers demand while improving search and product discovery for customers as they navigate the eCatalog. Providing over 23 industry standard CAD formats, dynamically generated from the content database, ensures that customers get the most up-to-date revisions whenever they access product data.

"The Thomas Navigator platform allows our engineering community to gain access to the product information they need, in the format they require, to confidently specify Amphenol in their designs. We are working hard to make Amphenol the vendor of choice in the mil/aero community," said Christy Michalak, Director of Sales and Marketing for Amphenol Canada.

About Amphenol Canada Corp.

Headquartered in Toronto, Canada and with subsidiaries in Belleville, Canada and Nogales, Mexico, Amphenol Canada Corp. is a recognized international leader in the connector industry.   With unique technologies ranging from EMI & EMP filtered connectors to ruggedized connectors for harsh environments, high speed signal connectors, to custom applications, Amphenol Canada's products can be found amongst the world's leading users of electronic components.

About Thomas Enterprise Solutions

Thomas Enterprise Solutions is part of Thomas Industrial Network, Inc., an information and technology company that connects manufacturing and industrial buyers and sellers. 

Our Enterprise Solutions Group works closely with manufacturers and distributors to effectively manage digital product data across a variety of enterprise-wide systems and sales channels to meet their strategic business needs. Leveraging our proprietary Navigator Platform technology, services include CAD and BIM publishing and product configurator technology. We also help syndicate manufacturers' data and CAD drawings directly to their large distributors and OEM channel partners as well as integrating content into design and sourcing platforms that are part of an organization's daily workflow, from Intergraph SmartPlant 3D for the power, process and marine industries, to Building Information Modeling (BIM) systems for construction of buildings and bridges.

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