Quality and Manufacturing Efficiency Are All about Revenue

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By InfinityQS Blog | March 3, 2014
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Manufacturing environments are designed to produce goods quickly so they can be sold for maximum profits. The common thread amongst the top manufacturers is an understanding, from the executive to the shop floor, of how to use manufacturing intelligence technology enable high quality production runs and turn big profits at the same time.

Consider this, though: how much money are you actually losing every year due to product or scrap waste? It’s easy to assume that scrap is just a fact of life, but it doesn’t have to be. A recent Natural Resources Defense Council study indicates that U.S. food manufacturers lose up to 40 percent of their food from farm to fork to landfill. Supply chain inefficiency and production waste can take a serious toll on company revenue.

InfinityQS ProFicient allows companies to use manufacturing intelligence to reduce waste and inefficiencies while tracking products across the supply chain so that profits can be turned instead of experiencing major financial losses. Your company will be able to reduce the amount of scrapped, lost inventory and lost customers without having to worry about parting with exorbitant CAPEX and OPEX. 

Are you looking to make quality a major priority in your enterprise moving forward? Please click here to find out how InfinityQS can help you increase profits and build customer loyalty at the same time. 

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