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Continuous Improvement Lean principles describe systematic methodologies for eliminating waste from within business systems. Six Sigma is a set of tools and techniques for defect reduction in a business system.
Six Sigma seeks to improve quality of output by identifying and removing root causes of defects and minimizing variability of manufacturing and service operations. Six Sigma tools reduce causes of defects and variation of systems with analytical and statistical methodologies to include Root Cause and SPC Analysis that control production and service operations.
Enterprise Resource Planning describes the ‘software’ that runs the ‘backend’ of a business. From ‘Automation’ and Supply Chain Management to Customer Service, software automation and database systems are used to track and enhance the efficient delivery of information to support the customer.
Development of software includes research on current technologies, customization, implementation and training of software systems to improve and deliver efficient and quality products and services.
Quality systems ensure delivery of products and services to the ‘level of expectation’ within regulated industries. To include medical device, aerospace, and specific industrial operations. Required quality ‘level of delivery’ is ensured with documentation of operations via a ‘paper or electronic’ trail to enable a ‘traceable’ path’ for quality systems.
Improvement and development of ‘systems documentation’ to ensure required ‘level of expectation’ is the standard for OBR Optimization Engineering.
Business Process Improvement is achieved with a Lean CI approach to optimize operational systems with Sales Development, Website SEO E-Commerce Development, and Digital Marketing. The goal of Lean CI is to deliver efficient operations with quality products and services. Organization Developmental actions are taken to improve existing systems to meet current and new standards and objectives.
The bottom line is that customers are attracted to and purchase the value derived from quality products and services. In this business environment, a competitive advantage is created when you optimize systems and increase the quality of products and services delivered to the customer.
Lean tools include Value Stream Map, Kaizen Sprint, Standard Work, Kanban Pull Systems, 5S Visual Systems, Process Layout & Flow, Scheduling, Theory of Constraints, PDCA, Root Cause Analysis, Maintenance Systems, Key Characteristic Control Charts and Strategy Deployment. Software Development, Quality Systems, Business Process Improvement: Web & Sales!
Outsourcing project work leads to greater company efficiencies and internal economies of scale.
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Industries: Medical, Aerospace, Industrial, Government, Service, Retail, Restaurant, Banking, and Finance operations.
Process Optimization: Lean Systems Optimization, Operational Efficiency, Six Sigma Quality and Defect Reduction, Plant Operations Management, Project Engineering Management, Kanban Systems, Kaizen Sprint, Root Cause Analysis, Engineering Design, Team Building & Training, Leadership, ERP Software Development, Supply Chain Management, SPC Quality Assurance, CAD, Design, Evaluation of Systems, Work Flow & Measurement, Lead Performance & Key Product Characteristics, Standards Development, Data Analysis, Plant Expansion Layout, Total Productive/Preventative/Predictive Maintenance, Machine Upgrades, New Machine Integration, Production Cost Analysis, New Product, Mfg. Process & Sales Development; Electrical Assembly, Medical Device, Industrial & Aerospace Process, Machining, Plastics, Carbon Layup, Printing….other Value Added Activities.
Quality Management: ISO 9001:2015, AS9100, NADCAP and OSHA regulation training & audit, 13485, BA Regulations, Material Review Board, procedure writing, SPC systems training & implementation.
From the perspective of the customer, value is an action or process for which the customer would be willing to pay. Waste can be defined as any action or process that does not add value to the final product and service. As Lean systems are improved, production and service costs decrease.
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