2003 Calibration Software and Sevices Guide
Although everybody knows that
calibrating metrology instruments is essential for a business
to run properly and competitively, many companies have trouble
with the details. Will you need to outsource your calibration?
Should you buy software? How will you know when your instruments
need calibration? How do you ensure your calibrations are
traceable to NIST? Is ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation essential?
These questions can make calibration seem less like a necessary
task and more like an immense project. However, the answers
are out there; hundreds of companies provide calibration
software and services and are ready to answer your queries.
The 2003 Calibration Software and Services Guide will
help simplify your search for the right calibration products
and/or services. On the next few pages, you’ll find
a list of companies throughout North America that provide
software and services designed to assist you with all your
calibration needs. The directory includes company names,
addresses, telephone and fax numbers and Web addresses.
Descriptions of specific offerings can be found at www.qualitydigest.com/directories.
Although Quality Digest hasn’t evaluated, nor are
we endorsing, any of the following calibration software
and service providers, we’re committed to providing
you a start in your quest for the right solution. Only those
companies that responded to our requests for information
are listed. If any of these companies pique your interest,
we suggest you contact them directly.
We appreciate any feedback you might have on our directories.
If you have a suggestion for how we can improve this directory
next year, e-mail Directories.