September 27, 2011
Medtronic, Greene Tweed, General Cable, Schiff Nutrition and Others to Share Best Practices in Quality Management at Infusion 2011
Ed Van Rens
InfinityQS' 5th annual user conference will feature speakers from a broad array of manufacturing industries, each showcasing their success with SPC software for quality control
Chantilly, VA - September 27, 2011 - InfinityQS International, the leading provider of real-time quality control software solutions, today announced that its fifth annual user conference, Infusion 2011, will feature speakers from Medtronic Spinal & Biologics, Greene Tweed & Co, Schiff Nutrition, General Cable, ATK, HarboR Informatica and Niagara Bottling. Throughout the event, customer speakers and InfinityQS industry experts will draw from their own experiences to discuss how manufacturers can leverage ProFicient SPC software to improve quality, meet customer requirements, and save time and money – not only on the plant floor, but across the enterprise and throughout the supply chain.
With the theme, "Your Data. Your Quality. Your Results," Infusion 2011 presentations and sessions will offer insight into how ProFicient has been used to gain visibility into and control over enterprise quality, while reducing waste and improving productivity, to maintain a higher standard of quality and a more profitable business. Topics will include FDA compliance, product traceability, dynamic scheduling, automated data collection, supply chain quality, and data integration. Additionally, the three-day conference will feature nine comprehensive hands-on training sessions, one-on-one consultations with InfinityQS statisticians and engineers, and several networking events.
Dr. Douglas Montgomery, a regents' professor of industrial engineering and statistics, and foundation professor of engineering at Arizona State University, will be the keynote speaker. Montgomery's presentation, "Modern Experimental Design Methods and Their Impact on Quality," will highlight the latest techniques in employing statistically designed experiments for improved quality control and enhanced product and process improvement.
Michael A. Lyle, president and CEO of InfinityQS, said, "The goal of Infusion is to provide attendees with first-hand knowledge and best practices in utilizing InfinityQS' software to maintain high standards of quality on the plant floor, across the enterprise, and throughout the supply chain. Each year we look forward to this opportunity to create an environment where our clients can freely exchange ideas with one another and learn from industry expert about new ways to enhance and improve their own quality systems. Infusion's casual setting creates an ideal environment for us learn more about our clients' specific challenges and gives us an opportunity reinforce our commitment to them."
Infusion 2011 will be held Oct. 16-19 at the JW Marriot in San Francisco. For more information about Infusion 2011, please visit http://www.infinityqs.com/infusion.