Food and beverage companies that implement Statistical Process Control (SPC) are empowered to make meaningful process improvements that reduce operating costs and ensure consistent quality compliance. But according to a recent survey, 75 percent of polled food and beverage manufacturers still collect data using paper-based systems. This clunky and inefficient process for verifying compliance puts quality professionals on the defensive, leaving little—if any—time for proactive measures.
In this white paper, we explain why paper-based data collection is bad for business and how an SPC software solution could benefit your bottom line.
You’ll learn how SPC software:
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- Reduces scrap and waste
- Optimizes manufacturing processes
- Ensures compliance with safety and quality standards
- Provides data-fueled insights that lead to continuous improvement