October 22, 2009
InfinityQS Revamps Training Facility with New Technologies
Software company invests in computing systems to train fast-growing user base in optimizing manufacturing process control
Chantilly, VA - October 23, 2009 - InfinityQS® International, the leading provider of statistical process control (SPC) software, opened a completely revamped training center to serve its expanding user base with today's most advanced technologies. The new facility, located at InfinityQS' global headquarters in Chantilly, Va., will host over 25 training courses in 2010. Customers will still have the option to receive on-site training at their manufacturing facilities.
The upgrade is a part of InfinityQS' commitment to provide users with the tools they need to optimize their SPC software implementations for maximum ROI. The training center is designed to promote interactive learning and is equipped with the technical tools and hardware found in a production environment, such as gauging equipment. Improvements to the training center include 24 high-speed workstations, a secure wireless network, and advanced hardware.
The course curriculum, developed by expert industrial statisticians, educates users not only on InfinityQS software, but also on the statistical methods that allow them to increase process efficiency to save time and money. InfinityQS training courses are taught by industry experts with years of experience in manufacturing facilities who either hold a master's degree in statistics or are ASQ Certified Quality Engineers (CQE). Courses are also taught in multiple languages for international users.
"Time and time again, we see that the majority of customers who save millions of dollars a year are the ones who properly train key quality personnel to use InfinityQS software," said Michael A. Lyle, president and CEO of InfinityQS. "The training courses have a hands-on focus that engages the attendees from day one, and they return to their plant with new insight on how to reduce scrap, rework and other quality costs."