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April 12, 2007
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WinSPC: Real-time SPC software to
improve product & process quality

 
 

Enhance and support your continuous improvement program using our real-time shop-floor quality control tools.

Use WinSPC to:

• Collect data from devices, data sources and machines

• Control and monitor manufacturing processes

• Alert personnel of out-of-control processes

• Shut down out-of control processes

• Perform advanced statistical analysis

• Create and distribute quality reports

Visit our website to download a free
trial of our software and other resources.

 

About Datanet
DataNet Quality Systems develops continuous improvement software that allows manufacturers to monitor, control and improve product and process quality using real-time Statistical Process Control (SPC).

With over 2500 installed facilities worldwide and distributors throughout the world, DataNet delivers comprehensive customer support, shop-floor expertise, and professional continuous improvement, Six Sigma, and lean Six Sigma services.

Industries Served:

• Computer and electronic products

• Food and beverage

• Electrical equipment, appliances and consumer goods

• Life sciences

• Plastics

• Rubber

• Paper

• Primary and fabricated metals

• Transportation and transportation equipment

 

Product & Services:

• WinSPC: Real-time SPC software

• QualTrend: Continuous Improvement/Quality Intelligence software

• WinSPC ActiveX Control: Real-time SPC control module to imbed in custom manufacturing software

• Professional Services: SPC consulting, Lean Six Sigma, Six Sigma, Software Validation

Contact:
DataNet Quality Systems
29200 Northwestern Highway, Suite 350
Southfield, MI 48034
Toll-free: 1-866-4WinSPC
Tel: 248.357.2200
Fax: 248.357.4933
Email: sales@winspc.com
www.winspc.com



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