How Much Visibility do You Have into Your Quality Control Processes?

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By InfinityQS Blog | December 20, 2013
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When investing in enterprise quality management, just as with cars you can kick the tires and examine the paint job or you can do your research about what’s actually going on under the hood and match the car’s level of performance to meet your needs. Sure, you could step on the gas and your car will go—for awhile. Likewise, the same thing will happen when you hit the brakes. Here is the reality of the situation: if you are taking this approach with your manufacturing facility, you run the risk producing bad parts that lead to expensive product recalls and unhappy customers. That’s because you might think your manufacturing processes are going well, when in fact you could be piling up waste and creating unsound products that are unfit for use. When you gain access to statistical process control software such as InfinityQS ProFicient, however, it means that you will be able to understand the in-depth processes that govern your manufacturing facility. You will know exactly how much waste you are producing, and whether your machines are in fact efficient. These metrics include everything from the volume, weight and height of a product to whether it is capable of lasting on the market.

InfinityQS ProFicient software comes with cloud-based product quality monitoring capabilities necessary for gaining access to real-time information from any location using a mobile device or tablet. For more information on how ProFicient can grant you the amount of visibility that you need in your enterprise, please click here

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