Posts Tagged ‘ FeneTech ’

GPAD Keys in on Downtime and Automation

Apr 3rd, 2019

Automation is a growing trend within the door- and window-related industries—including glass. It was no surprise, then, to find the topic a key focal point among presenters at the 2019 Glass Processing Automation Days (GPAD) Conference. Held in San Antonio last week, many of the event’s speakers focused on the advantages of full-duplex information and […]

FeneVision User Conference Day 2: Down to Business

Jun 6th, 2018

FeneTech continued its annual FeneVision User Conference on Tuesday in Independence, Ohio. FeneTech representative Nate Huffman engaged attendees with his opening presentation on glass industry updates. He highlighted new scanning techniques that both window and glass industry employees could use in the near future. “The line scanner has been around for years, but what makes […]

FeneVision User Conference Day 1: Big Turnout

Jun 5th, 2018

FeneTech kicked off its 16th annual FeneVision User Conference Monday in Independence, Ohio. The three-day software conference is filled with multiple sessions, which represent different facets of what the company has to offer. Representatives from dozens of businesses and corporations barely left any open seats as they crammed into the main conference room for opening […]

Vinylmax Starts Using FeneTech’s FeneVision ERP

Apr 23rd, 2018

Vinylmax recently implemented FeneTech’s FeneVision ERP solution in its 150,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Hamilton, OH. “Throughout our two decades as an ERP provider to the fenestration industry, FeneTech has continually invested in technology to further advance the software to meet our customers’ evolving requirements,” said FeneTech’s Matt Batcha. “Vinylmax and FeneTech share a common goal of […]

FeneTech Unveils FenML

Sep 15th, 2017

FeneTech recently unveiled its newest initiative FENml—fenestration manufacturing language. FENml is designed for glass fabricators and window and door manufacturers, machinery manufacturers, software providers, and suppliers of consumables for the fenestration industry. FENml is a baseline communication standard that uses the concepts of IIoT and Industry 4.0, allowing machinery, software, and suppliers to “talk” the […]

Registration Opens for 2017 FeneVision User Conference

Apr 4th, 2017

FeneTech will host the 15th Annual FeneVision User Conference June 5-7 at The Bertram Inn and Conference Center in Aurora, Ohio.   Registration, which includes access to all sessions, meals and social events, is $700 until May 1, 2017; after May 1, registration is $750. The two-and-a-half-day user conference features breakout sessions organized into FeneVision […]

GlassBuild Continues with More Product Introductions

Oct 21st, 2016

GlassBuild America continues through today and suppliers continue to showcase new product offerings. Deceuninck North America once again had a large presence at the show and Filip Geeraert, CEO, Deceuninck North America, stressed that the company “continues to move the industry forward.” “We run this company on the voice of the customer,” added Greg Koch, […]

FeneTech Celebrates 20 Years

May 23rd, 2016

FeneTech, a software provider to the glass fabrication and door and window manufacturing industries, celebrated its 20-year anniversary recently with a combination open house and art show. “Twenty years of success has only been made possible by the dedicated efforts of our talented staff and extremely loyal client base,” says FeneTech president and CEO Ron […]

FeneTech Launches New Website

Oct 13th, 2015

Software developer FeneTech, Inc., which serves the door and window industries, has unveiled its new website. The new site, which is available in four languages, offers faster navigation, allowing prospects and customers to readily access information about FeneTech’s products, support services, industry events and latest news, according to the company. “As we are increasing our customer base and developing […]

Connections for Innovation

Sep 21st, 2015

“Creativity is simply connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they really didn’t do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while.” –Steve Jobs This past week at the GlassBuild show in Atlanta, I was searching for innovations and the […]