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iBASEt Overview

Website www.ibaset.com
Headquarters Foothill Ranch, CA
Size 201 to 500 Employees
Founded 1987
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
iBASEt solutions replace a myriad of disparate shop floor & supply chain solutions with one integrated suite of software systems that synchronize data & foster collaboration between internal & external teams.

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  • Bottom Line: Medical device manufacturers face a myriad of challenging constraints, costs and compliance requirements. At the center of what makes any medical device manufacturer competitive is the ability to make quality a foundation of every sourcing, procurement, production and service process. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vI8Zs

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iBASEt – Why Work For Us?

undefinedHeadquartered in Foothill Ranch, Calif., iBASEt makes discrete complex manufacturing simple. iBASEt solutions replace a myriad of disparate shop floor and supply chain solutions – such as manual paper and email processes – with one integrated suite of software systems that synchronize data and foster collaboration between internal and external teams.

From process and inspection, planning to the shop floor and supply chain execution, we provide proven, out-of-the-box solutions that deliver real-time information and process control that simplifies complex manufacturing.

iBASEt’s Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) and quality management software systems are giving our customers the power to monitor every aspect of production, quality and compliance efficiency. Throughout manufacturing, supply chain, and maintenance, repair and overhaul, the iBASEt Solumina suite of applications enable full shop floor to top floor manufacturing visibility, consistent practices, continuous product and process improvement, and effective compliance with process standards including ISO 9001, ISO 13485, AS9100, and FDA’s 21 CFR Part 11 and Part 820.

The iBASEt Solumina software suite also enables enterprise-level product life cycle execution delivers lean efficiency, improved quality management and compliance processes.  Many aerospace and defense (A&D) and medical device industry’s largest manufacturers are using the iBASEt Solumina software suite to enable collaboration and quality assurance across diverse, global supplier networks. Streamlining and simplifying complex manufacturing strategies to enable fast time-to-market for new or improved product with high levels of quality and compliance are where iBASEt customers see the greatest results.

Developed specifically for the most challenging, complex, discrete manufacturing environments, we have a proven track record of delivering global implementations across multiple tiers of the supply chain.

Ladeira Poonian

undefinedChief Executive Officer
Born in Trinidad, Ladeira Poonian started her career as a registered nurse, certified in England, Canada and the USA. She earned an RNC degree to work with high-risk pregnancies.

After her husband and founder, Amrik Poonian, tragically passed away in 1998, Ladeira found herself the biggest shareholder of Telecom Solutions, Inc. (TSI). It was at this time that she decided to leave her twenty-eight year nursing career to continue his legacy.

In 1999, Ladeira rebranded the company to iBASEt since its flagship product, now renamed, Solumina, became the “base” of “Information Technology”. As a woman with strong family values and a passion for life, Ladeira evolved the company culture by instituting flex work schedules that afforded a balance between work and home.

Ladeira’s humble strength and perseverance in emergent situations guided her to make quick decisions that directed the company through challenging years including her career transition into software and Aerospace & Defense, the dot.com crash, Y2K scare, 9/11 terrorist attacks and the 2008 economic collapse. Her leadership continues iBASEt’s success today.

Amrik Singh Poonian



Born on a farm in a village with no electricity or running water in Punjab India, Amrik Singh Poonian had ambition. His persistence in high school awarded him a scholarship in England and a Master’s degree in engineering in Canada. After landing a job in the United States working in communications, the American Dream resonated with him as he dreamed of one day being his own boss. He created three business plans to raise venture capital and three times, he failed—but that didn’t stop him.

Amrik felt persistence was key to success and decided to “boot strap” and obtain his own capital through consulting. As the lone employee, he started his own company, Telecom Solutions, Inc. (TLS) in 1986.

Less than ten years later, in 1993, Telecom Solutions Inc.’s mission evolved when Amrik won a contract with McDonnell Douglas, a major American aerospace manufacturing corporation and defense contractor, to help build the Boeing C-17. He had a vision to make the complex manufacturing shop floor interactive through use of a workstation rather than the manual process. And, TSI developed an off the shelf commercial product called Shopfloor 2000.

The revolutionary software transformed Amrik’s company into a multi-million dollar operation with over 90 employees and Amrik’s American Dream had finally come to fruition. He continued to be a man of global vision up until he unexpectedly died of a heart attack in 1998.

undefinediBASEt’s office is located in Orange County, California, near several coffee shops, parks and restaurants. A multi-mile hiking trail is within walking distance; Laguna Beach is less than ½ hour away; traffic is light; and the weather can’t be beat.

We believe that our team members are crucial to our success and pride ourselves in offering robust benefits, including medical, dental, 401K with match, wellness programs and company bashes. 

Also, we understand that life can sometimes get in the way of work, so we try to accommodate our team members with a flexible work environment. iBASEt is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. iBASEt participates in E-Verify. 

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    iBASEt is a small company that is focused on meeting the needs of complex manufacturing customers. With this singular focus on what they do, they align all their employees and their work toward this goal. This makes them a very responsive company, not only with customers, but with employees. Everyone's input is important with the VPs, the president, and owner/CEO. It is a tremendously supportive environment with a team atmosphere.


    iBASEt only hires experienced people who can pull their own weight. It is not a place to learn the basics of your craft.

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    This is a tough niche market we're in - stay nimble.

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    Senior Product Marketing Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Irvine, CA
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    I applied online. I interviewed at iBASEt (Irvine, CA) in June 2015.


    I had phone interviews with HR manager first, followed by phone interview with the hiring manager--VP of Marketing. I was asked to write an essay about the current and future of MES software. Both interviews went well and I received high remarks of the essay I wrote and the hiring manager was impressed with my background and qualifications. Then I have never heard back from then. I made several attempts to contact the HR manager and got an auto-response that she left the company. Then I tried to contact the HR Director with calls and emails, I have never heard back. It has been almost three months, no follow up at all. I notice that they keep re-posting the job on Linkedin. It seems like they are using the job posting to collect ideas about how to market their product with no intention of hiring. Very disappointed with this company's hiring process.

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  • Cool Vendor in PLM, Gartner, 2014

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