Companies are realizing that they can’t compete in a technology driven landscape with tools that are unable keep pace with demands. Depending on spreadsheets to drive product design, risk assessment, controls and change management simply isn’t viable in today’s fast paced market driven reality.
Experience first-hand how moving to a tree structure approach for FMEAs (design, process, machinery, etc.) and Control Plans can:
This webinar will be delivered by “boots on the ground” quality professionals who will bring the topic from the conceptual to concrete value realities. Please join us to learn why continuing to use spreadsheets limits the potential of your quality organization to drive improvement and mitigate and control risk.
About the Presenters:
Chuck Boots, Technical Presales Consultant - QMS
Chuck holds a BS in Business Management from Western Governors University. He has 20+ years of experience in manufacturing in various roles from Quality Technician to Director of Aftermarket, with a majority of experience being in automotive. He spent four years as the global trainer of QMS-QSYS at GE Oil & Gas. He has been at Siemens for 2.5 years as a Project Manager and Consultant and is now a technical pre-sales consultant. He has attained certificates in SPC, Root Cause, Six Sigma, Internal/External Auditing, APQP, FMEA, PPAP and ISO/TS-16949.
Mary McAtee, Technical Presales Consultant – QMS
Mary McAtee has been a member of the Siemens QMS organization for over 20 years. She is a 40 year Quality professional specializing in Reliability Engineering for semiconductor and nuclear devices. She obtained her BS in Mechanical Engineering and spent her early career focusing on best practices and strategies for moving complex R&D projects into production while maintaining fidelity to the initial design and quality requirements. She won the General Manager’s Award at New England Research Center for developing an R&D centric Quality Management System for the output of the research scientists. She is an exam qualified lead assessor for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, TS 16949, ISO 13485 and TickIT. She has lead several organizations to successful registrations to various standards and has written and presented on the topic of compliance and quality extensively over the years. She is currently working with the Development organizations and other Siemens “Centers of Excellence”, in the US and Europe to develop a broader uniform interpretation of primary norms and compliance standards. She is also the QMS Lexington Quality Manager and a Lead Assessor in the Siemens PL Quality organization.