How well do you think you’re optimizing your manufacturing process? Obviously suboptimal processes are not ideal, and most manufacturers are working on getting the most out of their current workflow. But what exactly is optimization?
Erik Larson’s latest book begins with this quote. If you’ve ever read a book about a serial killer and the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893, the last crossing of the Lusitania, an American family in Hitler’s Berlin, the inventor of wireless and Britain’s second most famous murderer, or the 1900 Galveston Hurricane, you may be familiar with Erik Larson.
All quality professionals, regardless of educational background and/or experience, will at times find a need to consult their network of resources to get answers to questions, determine how best to collect and analyze data, or resolve different interpretations of a given analysis. Recognizing this need, Quality is launching a new column entitled “Ask the Expert: An Interactive Q&A Section” with topics that come from readers.
A centralized data repository makes your quality data more powerful and valuable.
June 11, 2020
Today’s manufacturers are quickly learning the value of having their quality data centralized in a single, standardized repository. The move presents numerous benefits—and virtually no drawbacks. Learn what you can gain.
It’s time for manufacturers to make the shift from on-premises quality management to a cloud-based solution.
June 11, 2020
Cloud software is common in almost every area of our lives. But manufacturers have been slow to move their quality management systems to the cloud—until recently. Learn the strategic advantages your manufacturing organization can gain from the switch.
Learn about the tools available for enabling operational visibility, informed decision making, and reduced quality and compliance risks.
June 11, 2020
Many problems in manufacturing arise from dysfunctional data that are either incomplete, inconsistent, isolated, or inefficient. But manufacturers who embrace the power of modern Quality Intelligence software can enable a dramatic transformation in not only the value of their data, but how they use it.
Thinking big in terms of quality is the goal. Rather than the days of old where quality just meant inspection, not in real time and not easily accessible, today the concept of quality has moved beyond this concept.
The ASSEMBLY Show focuses exclusively on assembly technology equipment and products. Attendees have the opportunity to uncover new resources, experience equipment hands-on, evaluate the latest technologies and products, and connect face-to-face with industry experts.