DISCUS Software Company’s “Delta Team” displayed their time-saving and quality-enhancing software at the Quality Show 24 South in Nashville in the first week of May 2024.

Nashville Skyline. The ATT Building, nicknamed the “Batman Building” rises left of center in downtown Nashville, near the west bank of the Cumberland River. Public Domain.

The trade show, hosted by BNP Media/Quality Magazine, took place at Nashville’s Music City Center May 1 and 2, 2024.   Quality Show 2024 took place within walking distance of the Batman Building and an even more famous landmark – the Ryman Auditorium. This is where the Grand Ole Opry broadcasts from.  It is also near the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Johnny Cash Museum. The renovated brick building which houses artifacts of the Man in Black also houses a museum for Patsy Cline. It’s fitting – Ms. Cline and Johnny Cash toured together in 1962. This blurry picture of the two stars was taken during that tour. 

Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash

This was a natural venue for DISCUS Software, whose people provide software for manufacturers to make high-quality technical data packages for parts.  The DISCUS “Delta Team” — Nathan Holden, Rebecca Keller, and Jake Hart – hit the road to the show in Nashville, and they did a lot more than fiddling. They trio displayed DISCUS software. They set up computer stations in their booth to allow trade show attendees to see demonstrations of the software and how it could help their outfits.

Software expert and First Lady of DISCUS Rebecca Keller and DISCUS’ own Man in Black Nathan Holden. Photo by Jake Hart.

The DISCUS crew met with more than 100 visitors to explain to them – and in many cases show them – how to use DISCUS software to improve their productivity.  DISCUS software can help the user create and manage technical data packages, first article inspection results, and other info related to parts production.  DISCUS can auto-balloon a print to quickly identify key characteristics and specifications of a part. The software also allows manual ballooning when desired.  DISCUS has features for analyzing 3D models as well as 2D prints.

The DISCUS Software Delta Team’s pros will be happy to discuss with you how they can help your business bring parts to market more quickly and efficiently. They want to save you headaches!

DISCUS Software Company just released DISCUS 2024 software with a number of upgrades that will help users greatly. To see that CLICK HERE!

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