Company History 




2017—Off to a great start with One Touch scrap, silo support in component tracking, and inclusion of more sales order information in statusing reports.

2016—Direct issue of components, agile rework loops, subscribable alerts, and a new operator call/response system are just a few of the useful features added.

2015—Location and movement tracking are added bringing WIP accuracy to even greater heights.

2014—Component tracking at machines is incorporated. Lot traceability is revitalized.

2013—ShopVue adds nesting capabilities.

2012—Support for Inspection Plans is added to ShopVue and an improved series of OEE reports are revealed.

2011—ShopVue 7.0 is released, delivering important new rework and material review board (MRB) features.

2010—Casco launches a new combined website and customer intranet, allowing for online collaboration between customers and Casco support and professional services.

2009—Using the latest OPC technology, Casco streamlines direct-machine interface (DMI) giving customers the ability to eliminate human labor (and errors) in the collection of machine state data.

2008—Casco introduces a next-generation operator interface. The console’s intuitive design reduces time reporting and communicates important production details to managers.

2006—Casco releases ShopVue 5.0. Compatible with SQL 2005, ShopVue 5.0 adds security features and offers enhancements to international support and self-service.

2003—With the release of ShopVue 4.0 and the new Graphical Sequencer, Casco creates a new category of factory software called Shop Floor Execution (SFX).

1996—Casco collaborates with PivotPoint (now MAPICS) to develop real-time data collection API and lay the foundation for additional real-time ERP interfaces to MAPICS, SAP, Dynamics NAV, and ORACLE.

1995Casco “GT”  is awarded a patent for an industrial PC with “touch around” interface.

1993—By migrating to SQL server database, third parties can connect ShopVue to a variety of devices using alternative device interface.

1991—Casco Development combines ShopVue software with the “GT” (Graphical Touch) computer to deliver a touchable graphic interface to the market.

1986—Casco Development launches OEM partnership with NCR Data Pathing Group to distribute Easi-Enter nationally.

1985—Casco Development releases its first DOS-based software product Easi-Enter. Easi-Enter’s transaction generator revolutionizes Casco’s ability to implement the standard program without expensive and risky custom programming.

1984—Driven by a desire to create factory software that helps managers do their jobs more effectively, Richard Deeran launches Casco Development.

About ShopVue: ShopVue is a shop floor data collection system that provides a fast, friendly and foolproof user experience. Our MES software works with your ERP such as SAP; Oracle; Dynamics NAV, GP, or AX; Infor Syteline, XA, Point.Man, ForthShift; Macola ES; BPCS; PRMS and more.