IT Expansion Meets Manufacturers' Demand for Better Supply Chain and Enterprise Quality

Elizabeth Goldman
InfinityQS International

InfinityQS completes major upgrade to eSPC infrastructure, announces new promotion to showcase enhanced performance.

Chantilly, VA - April 19, 2010 - InfinityQS® has upgraded the IT infrastructure that supports eSPC™, the leading Software as a Service (SaaS) manufacturing quality control system. The upgrade provides superior redundancy, security, performance and scalability to companies using eSPC to provide insight into manufacturing processes across a site, enterprise or global supply chain.

To showcase eSPC's enhanced performance, InfinityQS is giving new customers the first three months free with a 12-month subscription. The promotion gives companies an unlimited number of user licenses, no cap on monthly usage, and waives the database administration fee.

"eSPC's infrastructure has always provided users with secure, high-speed access to their real-time shop floor quality analytics," said Michael A. Lyle, president and CEO of InfinityQS. "The new upgrade brings the system to a truly world-class level and gives customers the piece of mind to know that their only job is to monitor the system, apply eSPC's data analysis to the shop floor, and continue to lower production costs."

"Visibility into real-time quality performance levels at suppliers can lead to reductions in total supply network costs for both parties," said Simon Jacobson at AMR Research. "Suppliers will also be thwarted from masking scrap and rework rates or elongated cycle times. Supplier scorecards can include true quality measures, and total product supply costs can be reduced."

The eSPC promotion is designed to kick start manufacturers' enterprise-wide quality improvement initiatives. It allows them to immediately gain visibility into processes across the enterprise and supply chain. The promotion excludes the startup service and expires on June 30, 2010.

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