Success Stories

Scania As part of its global after-sales strategy, one of the world's largest producers of heavy vehicles takes to the electronic highway with an all-digital approach to workshop documentation. Read more »
Kennedy Space Center Maintaining, preparing, and launching NASA's Shuttle fleet requires months, if not years, of work, dedication, and attention to massive amounts of detail. Managing and tracking the equipment, parts, documents, and processes involved plays a vital role in that effort. Read more »
U.S. Army CECOM With each engineer saving an average of two hours per day and reducing the time it takes to access drawings and other technical documents from 30 to 5 minutes, it's easy to see why the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command chose Auto-Trol™. Read more »
Boeing When the Technical Publications Organization of North American Aircraft needed a state-of-the-art document management system to manage hundreds of thousands of pages of technical data, they looked to Auto-Trol Technology® Corporation. Read more »
DynMcDermott DynMcDermott Petroleum Operations Company, a Department of Energy prime contractor responsible for managing the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, realized it needed better information technology to manage the many thousands of documents it produces annually. Read more »
Canadian Pacific Railway Chosen because it's Oracle®-based (a CPR standard), easy to implement, and easy to use (end user training requirements were minimal), find out why Canadian Pacific Railway chose Auto-Trol. Read more »