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Digitization vs. digitalization: Differences, definitions and examples

In the case of digitization and digitalization, two letters make all the difference. This is not merely a matter of wordplay — it’s a matter of scope and potential value to your business. Understanding the distinctions between these two approaches is critical as the digital transformation gains momentum and businesses move toward digital technologies to… Read more

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TruQC Welcomes Aaron Boyll and Nate Keller

TruQC is proud to announce the addition of Aaron Boyll and Nate Keller to the St. Louis TruQC team! Aaron Boyll, serving as TruQC’s President, joins full time after several years as an advisor to the company. Aaron brings unique experience, most recently as the Vice President of Corporate Development at Cequel III, where he… Read more

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Elcometer Update: New gauge integrations and improved interface!

Compliance has always been a top concern at TruQC. Our goal is to provide our clients with the tools necessary to stay compliant with industry standards. Audits should no longer be a source of anxiety, but an opportunity to showcase your company’s competency to win future business. To ensure compliance in the coatings, non-destructive testing… Read more

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TruQC Attends NACE Corrosion Conference in Phoenix

It’s one of our favorite events of the year! The NACE Corrosion Conference provides the ability for TruQC to perfect our craft by meeting with over 6,000 corrosion engineers, scientists, researchers, technicians, and other professionals from all around the world. The TruQC team traveled to Phoenix, AZ during the week of April 16th-19th to attend… Read more

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TruQC Attends SSPC Conference in New Orleans

During the week of January 15 – 18th, the TruQC team traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana for the annual Society of Protective Coatings Conference. The week launched with a Kickoff Party hosted by TruQC at the top of the Pontchartrain Hotel. Friends of TruQC mingled with one another and enjoyed scenic views of downtown New… Read more

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ENLACE operates with efficiency thanks to TruQC

ENLACE, a non-profit organization, helps churches in El Salvador, Nepal and the U.S. transform their surrounding communities with significant development projects. Their team of 50 members connect churches to sustainable community development projects and help partner churches with communities for mission trips and fundraising campaigns. In 2016 alone, ENLACE completed 636 projects that served 217… Read more

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TruQC is thrilled to welcome Tari Hess

We are pleased to announce the addition of Tari Hess to the TruQC team. Tari is joining TruQC as a Project Manager. She will be managing projects for TruQC’s key accounts and working closely with clients to improve their workflow processes. She is a transplant from Omaha, Nebraska where she previously worked in software. Tari… Read more

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Kalmar advocates big returns with TruQC

Kalmar creates terminal automation and energy-efficient container-handling solutions for ports, terminals and distribution centers. The global company has 5,700 employees in 30 countries creating a variety of handling equipment ranging from empty container handlers and yard cranes to reachstackers and forklift trucks. For such a wide-reaching company, project management was a daunting task before TruQC…. Read more

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Blastco benefits from real-time project management

Blastco, a TF Warren Company, is an industrial abrasive blasting and protective coatings subsidiary. Its roots are based in field applications for above ground water storage tanks. Since the early years, Blastco has come to specialize in the application of protective coatings and linings to an array of substrates such as dams, silos, wastewater treatment… Read more

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Bath Iron Works ROI calculated

Since 1884, Bath Iron Works (BIW) has been building watercraft for private, commercial and military purposes. Located out of Bath, Maine, BIW has a decades-old reputation for creating some of the best ships to have served and currently serving in the U.S. Navy. Since 1884, they have built 425 ships for naval and commercial fleets,… Read more