InfinityQS Earns Spot on Supply & Demand Chain Executive's Top 100 Supply Chain Projects List
In the company's sixth appearance on the list, InfinityQS was recognized for helping Strategic Materials standardize quality programs and gain real-time visibility for operational insights across 31 plants
Previously, Strategic Materials relied on non-standardized, manual data collection in its recycling plants, which meant quality issues were often detected post-production. Differences in methods and nomenclature also created challenges when trying to compare process performance between sites. By working with InfinityQS and deploying its cloud-based Quality Intelligence platform, Enact®, Strategic Materials has moved to standardized and centralized data collection—enabling its quality teams to monitor the process performance of multiple plants in real time.
Strategic Materials is now able to immediately detect quality issues and make timely corrections, ensuring optimal product quality and consistency, minimizing waste, and reducing production costs. Enact also enables Strategic Materials to produce quick reports on all 31 plants to identify performance trends and uncover opportunities for global process improvements. The company regularly shares these reports with customers and prospects to demonstrate its commitment to quality, driving increased business and additional revenue. To learn more, read the full "Real-time Data Visibility Across the Recycling Enterprise" case study at https://www.infinityqs.com/
Michael Lyle, President and CEO of InfinityQS, said, "We are excited that Supply & Demand Chain Executive has chosen to highlight Strategic Materials' transformative results and achievements. The company's success story illustrates not only the level of quality control that's possible when manufacturers can access and act on real-time process information, but also the ability to make global improvements when quality teams can see a complete picture of operations. Strategic Materials is now able to readily translate their data into proactive action—stopping issues before they escalate and leading to tangible business benefits."
The SDCE 100 spotlights successful and innovative projects that deliver bottom-line value across the range of supply chain functions. These projects can serve as a map for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations.
To see the full list of winners, visit www.SDCExec.com or read the June 2020 print issue.
For more, visit http://www.infinityqs.com.