Error analysis in record time
With big data and an undogmatic approach to methods
In the field of quality management, we have observed an interesting development: on the one hand, quality management is expanding, but on the other hand, the number of recalls is growing. Based on our experience, it is foreseeable that quality will become more and more of a documentation ritual and no longer a contributing factor in corporate value. In many companies, quality management no longer conforms to the methodological and technical opportunities of our times; instead, it is partially outdated and is only applied in a one-dimensional fashion.
Our specialists of our subsidiary Staufen Quality Engineers GmbH have multiple years of experience and success in handling acute quality problems and risk prevention.
We offer you immediately accessible operational readiness and expert knowledge about all analytical tools and escalation management as well as consultation on sustainable quality assurance. Our approach is both clear and unconventional. Our obligation is not to a particular school of thought: it is exclusively to our clients and their work. In the consulting process, we decide which tools to select based on the situation and what is appropriate to the challenges.
It is only this undogmatic freedom from methodology that lets us reduce the processing time by half in troubleshooting. In conjunction with our quality big-data tool, we generally respond up to ten times faster and can identify the causes of errors in record time.
What we offer
- Reacting quickly and effectively to acute quality problems which can disrupt an efficient value chain and identifying the main source of the problem rather than combatting symptoms.
- Assessing potential internal and external risks to products and processes and reducing the product and process development time.
- Providing a quality system that creates sustainable support for your corporate strategy, creating and optimizing a culture of solving problems and measuring and managing quality.
- Managing risks – always having the big picture about potential product and process variations and proactively preventing problems by controlling and identifying negative trends.
What you get
Allocating resources more effectively by focusing on main problem areas
Identifying sources of problems quickly by deliberately deploying methods
Defining sustainable countermeasures based on the problems identified
Continuous quality improvement through problem-solving competence
Limiting the effects on costs and securing deadlines by responding rapidly