The Goodbye Chain Group (GCG) , a Colorado Springs, Colo. company that helps manufacturers with environmental compliance, now offers a material declaration wizard software tool – MDW/1752 – that features XML import and export functionality for all six classes of IPC 1752 reporting. Additional features in the software tool include:
In less then five minutes, users that have BOM-related ppm (parts per million) data can produce an IPC-1752 report for their customers or website.
Companies purchasing ppm data from third parties, including GCG alliance partners, can import that data directly into MDW/1752.
Companies collecting ppm data with IPC 1752 forms or any other format can automatically import and aggregate those forms with MDW/1752.
The MDW/1752 tool provides complete RoHS-related functionality in a MS Windows-based application that any users can install without IT support. It has an intuitive user interface, comprehensive Help, and an online RoHS encyclopedia of compliance information.
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