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Dyadem, a leading provider of Quality Lifecycle Management and Risk Lifecycle Management solutions, on November 8 announced a new deal with Maidstone Bakeries, a joint venture between IAWS Group and Tim Hortons.
"Six Sigma is a standard, disciplined methodology and Dyadem's FMEA Pro-7 gave us an easy and painless way to take this approach, helping us solve problems using data rather than gut feel," said Brett Kyle, Continuous Improvement training manager at Maidstone and Six Sigma master black belt. "Since the implementation, we've significantly reduced costs and clearly shifted to the next level of quality. FMEA-Pro showed us new ways to solve old problems, by helping us find the roots and develop new procedures to address them. The results were very often surprising."
As the standard tool of choice for thousands of companies worldwide, including much of the Fortune 500, FMEA Pro-7 is designed to better analyze product designs and manufacturing processes, dramatically shorten study time and prevent failures from happening. Maidstone had relied heavily on informal processes based on Excel spreadsheets and scattered paperwork and with FMEA- Pro project management features was able to document and retain Six Sigma across the
"Safety is always the top concern in any kind of manufacturing facility – whether it is cars or other consumer products, managing risk to both employees and consumers, without compromising quality, is a challenge that few companies are meeting effectively," said Kevin North, president and CEO of Dyadem. "
With the success of its initial implementation of Dyadem FMEA-Pro,
About Dyadem International
Founded in 1993, Dyadem is the market leader in Quality Lifecycle Management and Risk Lifecycle Management solutions. Dyadem provides software and services that empower companies to manage quality, mitigate risks, achieve regulatory compliance, plan for business continuity and improve profitability. Dyadem serves the high tech & electronics, medical devices, oil and gas, chemical, automotive, pharmaceutical, and aerospace and defense industries.