Corporate History

Today, CDG is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, with multiple locations in the U.S., Europe and India and over 1,200 employees.  CDG specializes in supporting process improvement in engineering and manufacturing organizations in Defense and Space, Commercial Aviation, and Manufacturing industry sectors.

Continental DataGraphics (CDG) was established in 1969 as an innovative new data management services division of Continental Graphics Corporation, a successful printing and reprographics service company. With strong leadership and vision, Continental Graphics Corp. recognized a unique moment of opportunity when data management services were just beginning to take root in the business world. Its newly created CDG division was driven to occupy a niche in the growing field of parts data management services for complex equipment. As a result, CDG helped to diversify its parent company’s service offerings and positioned itself for growth well into the future.

CDG Timeline

CDG secured long-term contracts from Boeing and McDonnell-Douglas for parts catalog development & management

Early 1980’s
Established operations in Europe

Expanded services to provide data management services for other industries (trucking, oil exploration)

Late 1990’s
Focused growth in software development capabilities

Acquired by The Boeing Company

Opened Chennai, India facility

Boeing acquires Inmedius, Inc.; Inmedius integrated into CDG

Today, CDG offers global services and software solutions to its customers in engineering-focused industries worldwide


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