NWA publishes white paper on SPC-based Analytics

  • November 08, 2007
  • Northwest Analytical, Inc.
  • News
Portland, Oregon – November 8, 2007 – Northwest Analytical, announced a new white paper, "21st Century Process Management Using SPC Based Manufacturing Analytics." The paper details how process based manufacturing and business analytics enable enterprise decision making.SPC based Manufacturing Analytics is statistical and rule based, provides the aggregation, analysis and role-based visualization and reporting of manufacturing data that enables users to better understand and improve their processes, identify and reinforce best practices, react quickly to process events, and anticipate potential problems before they affect product quality, yield, or cost. SPC is fundamental to the corporate need of better data analysis. It is how to make more effective use of all the data in historians, MES, LIMS and ERP systems. It also allows for the reduction of complex, specialized process data into graphic visualizations which operations and management can quickly understand and from which informed action can be taken.The white paper, “21st Century Process Management Using SPC Based Manufacturing Analytics,” is available at www.nwasoft.com/appnotes/spc-based-ma.htm .About Northwest AnalyticalNorthwest Analytical (NWA) is the world’s leading provider of SPC and Manufacturing Analytics software, with more than 50,000 licenses shipped to over 5,000 companies, worldwide. NWA is the global SPC standard for worldwide corporations such as Crown Cork & Seal, Huhtamaki and Unilever. NWA software is recognized for its power, ease-of-use and its simple, tight integration with other manufacturing systems. The NWA SPC software suite includes products such as NWA Quality Analyst, NWA Quality Analyst WebServer, NWA Quality Monitor and NWA Quality Information Server™ for manufacturing analytics, plant-floor quality data collection and monitoring, SPC charting, enterprise reporting, and real-time, embedded SPC. Learn More

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