The Future of Quality Management with Enact

Industry 4.0 Webinar Series

Jon Simpson from Sage Clarity and David Gurr from InfinityQS take you through a new evolution of Quality Management and how it can bring your manufacturing operations into the era of Industry 4.0.

  • The webinar discusses how Enact™ can transform your business, including:
  • Mobile quality management — essential for an industry 4.0 world
  • Process information tiles to monitor quality for all phases of a manufacturing process
  • Role-based dashboards with filters to show only relevant production assignments
  • Data stream grading paints a clear picture of overall process performance at the part, process, or site level
  • Available test drive for Enact™ to get a hands-on look at how it will help you enhance your product quality and competitiveness

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How Enact™ works to improve your production line

Enact™ is a cloud-based QMS that collects and stores data in real-time. Give your team access to quality data from anywhere, anytime. Enhanced data collection and reporting features will help your company boost efficiency, improve manufacturing processes, and track quality throughout the entire supply chain.

  • Streamline production
  • Simplify communications
  • Reduce IT costs
  • Pinpoint improvement opportunities
LEARN MORE ABOUT ENACT™

Webinar hosted by:

Jon Simpson

David Gurr

Jon Simpson, Sage Clarity

David Gurr, InfinityQS

Jon is an experienced professional in implementation with Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) enterprise manufacturing intelligence to drive continuous improvement in manufacturing operations, quality management, and supply chain processes.David Gurr is the Global Channel Partner Account Manager at InfinityQS. David brings expertise to clients looking to support Lean and Six Sigma initiatives by automating data collection and analysis to enable real-time process improvement decisions.

 

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