Intelleges was started in 1998 as a government contractor, mainly working on special information technology projects for the U.S. Dept. of Defense (DoD).
In May 2006, three (3) GIDEP (Government-Industry Data Exchange Program) alerts were issued for Alcoa aluminum products produced at two Alcoa facilities in Rusal, Russia.
These facilities processed material that were not in compliance with heat treat controls and furnace temperature management requirements. As Aerospace & Defense suppliers used aluminum from these affected lots to produce parts, these bad parts flowed into the Aerospace & Defense supply chain putting at risk materials critical to national security such as the F-15 Eagle fighter jet.
In July 2006, Honeywell Aerospace contracted Intelleges to investigate whether any of these bad parts may have been supplied to Honeywell.
Intelleges software had to:
- Streamline communication
- Enforce accountability
- Minimize costs
- Decrease manual errors
- Monitor and track progress
- Improve workflows
- Decrease the time it takes to perform repetitive tasks
- Maintain a consistent process speed
- Make auditing and analysis easier and faster
- Create more flexibility, making it easier to make changes
- Reduce human error
- Produce faster responses to mission-critical system problems
- Allow more efficient allocation of resources
Our TX1 software platform was flexible enough to get this job done, iterating through the entire supply chain and gathering all of the needed information.
Since then, our software platform has been used for both urgent and non-urgent issues, for both large scale global transformations and simple data and document collection efforts.
With our platform, customers can
- Find, Contact and Connect with the people they need to connect with when they need to;
- Get the information needed when needed; and,
- Streamline the process so that it requires the least effort.
Today, as the Document and Data Collection Experts, Intelleges continues to work with customers when our customers need to know something.
That's not Intelleges, that's intelligent.