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Make way for scientific data analysis with Statistical Process Control Tools (SPC)

What is it?

  • SPC is a industry-standard methodology and visual system of working commonly used to improve, control and monitor processes by mitigating special cause variation from service and manufacturing.
  • It use the various statistical techniques and concepts in order to bring processes under control by focusing on the variation.
  • It aims on, recognize and improve the processes ‘at source of origin’, instead of at some downstream process like inspection or rework station.


Who is it for?


  • Any manufacturing or service organization
  • Wherever cost of quality is high


 What will you get?



  • Minimization of rework and rejections
  • Productivity Improvement
  • process control
  • reduction in inspection
  • operational efficiency enhancement
  • reduction in manual works
  • Improved process capability
  • proactive approach
  • time saving
  • customer satisfaction and OTD
  • Uniformity
  • Skill enhancement


  How to Achieve it?


  •  Engage PMG
  • Provide training of SPC
  • understanding statistical concepts
  • enhancing personnel awareness and knowledge about Statistical Process Control Tools
  • Identification of Special Characteristics for SPC
  • improving and establishing measurement skills (MSA)
  • Understanding SPC rules
  • Conduct the SPC Study
  • Study results
  • Draw Improvement Action Plans


  Why Choose PMG?


  •  Multi-location presence
  • Sharing of best practices in the industry
  • Strategise for effective trainings
  • On Time completion of assignments
  • You engage, High end experts at the most economic cost. We charge and deliver results.
  • Highly engaging training sessions
  • Practical Implementation
  • Organization gets, in depth learning but just not an understanding
  • Very High level of Customer Satisfaction


  Key Success Factor

  •  Identify the key characteristics for SPC Study, Refer FMEA/ CP
  • Selection of correct measuring equipment
  • Selection of right appraisers
  • Correct interpretation of data