Jude joined InfinityQS International as an Application Engineer in August of 2011. She currently works onsite with customers to provide customized implementations of InfinityQS products, lead fundamental training and follow-up consultations.
Jude has been a Quality Assurance professional for over 10 years and has worked for various manufacturing facilities including those in the agricultural, food, and pharmaceutical industries. Prior to joining InfinityQS, she worked for Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD) as a Quality Engineer. While working at BD, Jude was responsible for the implementation, validation, training, documentation and maintenance of InfinityQS. Additionally, Jude was also the Master Data Owner for the QM Module in SAP at BD.
Jude received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. She also holds a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from BD's Green Belt program and has completed the class work for BD's Six Sigma Black Belt Program.
What is the greatest threat to the American manufacturer? The great recession? Close, but not quite. Corporate espionage? Save it for the movies. Obamacare? Let’s not go there.
I recently came across the quote by Henry J. Tillman that says ”’Getting there is half the fun’ became obsolete with the advent of commercial airlines.” This quote is funny because it’s true. In order to get the best price, you are more or less forced to take more than one flight, which often doubles the amount of time it takes to get to your destination.
I recently went to the movie Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, starring an incredible new young actor named Thomas Horn, along with Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock. Have you heard of it?
We've all pondered this question: Which came first, the chicken or the egg? While I'm fascinated by this question I won't bore you with my theories. However, I have visited many manufacturing sites and sometimes there is a little confusion on whether to collect data from certain processes using the Process or Test functions in the Data Entry Configuration. Which is best, Process or Test?