Kraft, Medtronic, Procter & Gamble, and Others to Speak at InfinityQS SPC Software User Conference

Elizabeth Goldman
InfinityQS International

Infusion 2010 to showcase innovative techniques in quality management.

Chantilly, VA - September 30, 2010 - InfinityQS announced that representatives from Kraft, Medtronic, Procter & Gamble, and others will be giving presentations about how their companies are leveraging manufacturing quality to increase productivity and lower costs at the 4th annual Statistical Process Control (SPC) software user conference, Infusion 2010.

Infusion 2010 offers attendees a comprehensive agenda with presentations from notable speakers that showcase the newest features in the continuously evolving InfinityQS software. Industrial Statisticians, application engineers and technical support staff are available for one-on-one consultations to address specific questions and provide deeper understanding and answers for current problems.

The Infusion agenda covers topics that consistently present challenges to quality professionals along with solutions for overcoming them. Attendees can expect to gain expertise in a broad range of topics that include lot acceptance sampling, ensuring product traceability, automated data collection, audit proofing a quality system, creating a global quality hub, and quality system integration.

Other presentations feature real-life examples such as a closed-loop approach to quality and the integration of audio/visual alerts on the shop floor presented by Camstar and the Brazilian quality system integrator Harbor Informática, respectively.

The keynote speaker at Infusion 2010 is renowned statistical expert Dr. Donald J. Wheeler. Dr. Wheeler is the author or co-author of 20 books and over 150 articles on manufacturing quality.

"The fact that Infusion continues to grow every year is a testament to the results our users see every day in their plants," said Michael A. Lyle, president and CEO of InfinityQS. "Our customers are the experts when it comes to leveraging quality to increase manufacturing productivity. Infusion provides a forum for them to learn new techniques and share their experiences with others."

Infusion 2010 is scheduled for Oct. 24-27 in Washington, D.C. For a detailed conference agenda and registration information

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