Put Your Quality Data to Work and Transform Your Manufacturing Business

InfinityQS Blog
By InfinityQS Blog | February 20, 2017
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Today’s manufacturers have endured years of increasing cost-cutting and competition. Fortunately, most are already in possession of the means to open up new avenues of improved quality, reduced rework, and better profitability. The key is to embrace a “quality mindset” and re-imagine what your existing quality data can tell you.

InfinityQS has helped manufacturers from numerous industries—including Food and Beverage, Aerospace, Automotive, Pharmaceutical, and General Manufacturing—transform their businesses and realize reduced cost, improved profits, and better brand loyalty.
In all these industries, the key lies in turning their existing quality data from a cost to a profit center.
For those who want to know just how organizations have used InfinityQS solutions to
do just that, the free white paper “Global Transformation: Put Quality Data into Action” provides answers.
The white paper explains how manufacturing teams from the shop floor to the boardroom can use enterprise-wide visibility and operational insight to identify opportunities for strategic improvements. Then, it provides real-world examples of customers who have worked with InfinityQS to— 
  • Identify problems and areas of opportunity
  • Prioritize repairs and operational changes to create the fastest ROI
  • Realize unexpected benefits from small incremental changes, based on real data
  • Identify millions in potential savings, thanks to data that was already being collected
The paper also provides some first steps to help you begin evaluating your data and reaping the benefits of the re-imagined quality mindset.
To learn how to use quality data to transform your manufacturing business, download our free white paper, “Global Transformation: Put Quality Data into Action.”

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