New Manufacturing Quality Control Software Released

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AQ Mobile provides a quality control software tool for managers, product designers, engineers, and factory floor workers to improve any quality control issue. By reducing complexity, controlling mistakes and eliminating variation, AQ Mobile helps companies identify and create defect-free products, services, or processes.

AQ Mobile results in 20-100 times fewer defects than other traditional quality control method based on statistics alone.

Assured Quality (Salt Lake City, Utah) announced the release of its new AQ Mobile online app.

Like crowd-sourcing, AQ Mobile taps into the minds of top quality experts who have submitted and cataloged hundreds of solutions to everyday manufacturing problems. These solutions help other work groups to identify and create defect-free products, services, or processes, from concept to consumer.

AQ Mobile is created to work as an accessory to existing quality control programs including; statistical process control, ISO, and mistake-proofing systems. The app was created to help managers, product designers, engineers, and factory floor workers to work together to tackle any type of quality related issue. This cooperation along with AQ Mobile results in 20-100 times fewer defects than other traditional quality control method based on statistics at a cost savings superior to every other method. AQ Mobile is based on Dr. C. Martin Hinckley’s principles which have helped Fortune 500 companies achieve world-class quality (less than 30 parts per 1,000,000) and substantially increase corporate profits.

AQ Mobile’s easy to understand concepts help companies achieve immediate and measurable improvements in quality, as well as their bottom line. Manufactures will:

  • Reduce Liabilities-Increase Profits
  • Improve Productivity
  • Prevent Production Shutdowns
  • Eliminate Scrap, Rework, and Repair
  • Minimize Inventory
  • Increase Customer Loyalty

For additional information please visit assuredquality.com, call 888.599.2100

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