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Quality 4.0 Analytics: A Data Hub Approach to Quality Management and Execution
In today’s industrial scenario, analytics programs are seen as an important pillar and key enabler of not just Quality 4.0 but several other Industrial Transformation (IX) programs.

While companies are investing a significant amount of time and resources in data analytics, our research shows that the majority of this investment goes toward analytics and not the data part.

Building the right people, process, and technology for data management is essential for analytics for any business function but is critically important for a function as pervasive as quality that includes multiple types of data, spanning across multiple points in the value chain.

In this webinar with LNS, you'll learn:
• What's new with Quality 4.0 and industrial analytics
• Common quality data practices and associated challenges
• How a data hub opens new opportunities for Quality 4.0 analytics

Please Note: This is a webinar and is not eligible for CEUs.

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Matthew Littlefield
Research Leader @LNS Research
Matthew Littlefield is Co-founder, President, and Research Lead at LNS Research. He leads the organization as it fulfills its mission of driving industrial transformation. and contributes to research across the breadth of topics covered by the firm. Matt is a recognized industry expert, an active speaker, and contributing author across many industry publications, associations, and events. His passion, however, is advising manufacturing executives on Industrial Transformation and Operational Excellence.
James Wells
Research Analyst @LNS Research
James Wells has 25+ years of experience in Quality and continuous improvement, implementing quality management systems, and leading digital transformation initiatives across several industry sectors. James has also led four Lean Six Sigma deployments and is a certified Master Black Belt and Lean Specialist. Main coverage areas: Quality 4.0 and Factory of the Future.
Nina McIntyre
Chief Marketing Officer @ETQ
Nina is responsible for all aspects of marketing strategy, planning and execution at ETQ. She brings more than 25 years of operational and executive leadership experience in high-growth tech businesses from start-ups to public companies. She was previously CMO of ATG and Carbonite, and served as product group General Manager at Lotus/IBM. Nina holds a BA from Brown University and an MBA from MIT Sloan.