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By InfinityQS Blog | October 21, 2013
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Think for a moment about your all time favorite products. You might recall the crisp taste of cola on a Thanksgiving table, or the lemon scent of laundry detergent on fresh sheets drying in the sun.

For a consumer, products play an integral role in the fabric of memories. These memories become stories, and are passed down from generation to generation. For this reason, people remember what kind of beer their grandfather drank, or the type of bread that sat atop a grandmother’s refrigerator.

Whether your manufacturing facility produces furniture or breakfast cereal, product packaging or household goods, a quality product will produce loyal customers. When a product becomes woven into someone’s life and mindset the customer loyalty can last for generations; but quality must come first.

A dynamic Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Manufacturing Intelligence platform can ensure that each product that leaves your facility will be able to maintain the integrity of your brand. The technology provides a deeper view into capabilities allowing you to maintain quality at the process level and use real-time reporting and analysis to broaden your organizations view on the cost and business benefits of quality.

At the end of the day, your company can work hard to ensure consistent quality and still not get it right. By working smart, and using real-time intelligence you know that you are manufacturing a quality product through the intelligence that you generate, make sure that you taking an approach to quality that gives your company the best possible chance for success.

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