Choosing a quality management software solution? You’ll likely find many options for adding statistical process control (SPC). But before you buy a solution, ask whether it can truly help you see the bigger picture of your manufacturing quality — across
processes, lines, and sites.
, you’ll learn what industry giants like Quaker, Nestlé Waters, Ben & Jerry’s, Alcan, Trek, Emerson, SanDisk,
already know: The best quality solutions go beyond traditional SPC, providing a level of global visibility and insight that can transform your business.
These clients (and many others) trust InfinityQS to deliver a successful, industry-leading real-time SPC solution
—and so much more:
- We are the SPC leaders. No one provides better real-time SPC functionality than InfinityQS.
- We provide options for either on-premises or software-as-a-service (SaaS) deployments, giving you the power to customize your solution and keep your deployment simple.
- When you’re ready to expand your initial deployment, we are the most experienced and successful at multisite and even worldwide deployments.
- Our Unified Data Repository enables built-in enterprise quality visibility that is simply not available from other vendors.
- Worried about cost? No need—our Enact® Quality Intelligence platform delivers scalable, affordable world-class value to price-sensitive and resource-limited clients.
- Our expert application engineers help to ensure a successful deployment for any size client, from one site to hundreds, in any industry. We have superior domain knowledge in SPC, quality monitoring, and industry applications.
Choose between our on-premises ProFicient™ solution or Enact, our software-as-a-service Quality Intelligence platform. Whatever your needs, InfinityQS has the right solution—and the experience and support to make sure you get a maximum ROI, fast.
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InfinityQS has helped hundreds of companies around the globe fundamentally improve their manufacturing processes. Our clients report significant reductions in their costliest metrics