The SPC Quality Engineer quickly gets to work, sharing best practices with his coworkers at PROS.
Build a bridge between users and architects of the system.
See actual naming convention improvements at work.
Bad naming conventions stick out like a sore thumb. Learn how to provide clear guidance and avoid mistakes.
See the ProFicient project in action.
The project has been built and everyone's speaking the same language. Now is the time to ensure ROI.
Using the fill weights example, find out more about regulatory rules and nuisance alarms.
Using the corn conditioning example, learn when to use longer range rules and when to use rules that push equally from high and low ends.
Your SPC program isn't "set it and forget it." Learn how to get buy-in from operators and
a better return on investment.
Bouncing around between multiple projects? Implement a "Back" button to quickly navigate to a recent project.
Re-open your current project without saving.
Help reduce the number of data entry configurations by automatically skipping a test that only applies to some parts.
Gain efficiencies and improve your workflow by keeping your number of parts lower, scheduling changes, and customizing spec limits per part revision.
Create separate data analysis projects per role to provide the right tools to the right people.
InfinityQS deeply values the rich partnerships we have with our clients. We appreciate the generous offering of time, experience, and enthusiasm from Ian Farrell, Quality Manager at Ocean Spray Cranberries, who created our Get Inspired webinar presentation.
Through collaborative sharing, we and our clients benefit as we gain new perspectives, insights, and ideas for continually improving Quality Intelligence.