As Six Sigma has grown and matured, the traditional toolset of charts, worksheets, and statistical methods has evolved in kind. With new types of data and increasingly complex problems, practitioners require better, more insightful tools to further the success of their Six Sigma projects. But what are these advanced tools? How do you discover them? And how do they enhance your team’s current efforts?
If your organization is looking to improve its Six Sigma toolset, then you don't want to miss this powerful two-hour workshop on the next generation of Six Sigma desktop tools. Co-hosted by Raptor International, Breakthrough Management Group, and Decisioneering – Crystal Ball, this overview is your opportunity to witness the future direction of Six Sigma analytical tools.
In the first hour, this workshop considers the problem of how to extract valuable information from large and complex data sets. RapAnalyst is a desktop software application that uses artificial intelligence, data mining, and predictive modeling to help business professionals quickly get to the heart of data trends and relationships. With RapAnalyst, your team can take better advantage of your corporate data and gain a deeper understanding of your customer needs and the trends driving your business metrics.
In the second hour, this workshop considers the opposite scenario: how your team can develop better designs and processes with little or no available data. Crystal Ball, a Microsoft® Excel-based suite of software tools, provides simulation and optimization techniques that can help you to target defects early on, predict capability, pinpoint critical-to-quality factors, and explore design alternatives, all within your spreadsheets. With Crystal Ball, your engineers rely less on physical prototypes and your customers receive robust products in a timely manner.
Go beyond the traditional Six Sigma's toolset. Learn about these new tools that complement your Six Sigma effort and enhance analysis and predictive capabilities. *Each attendee will receive a 60-day, single-user evaluation copy of RapAnalyst and a 30-day single-user evaluation copy of Crystal Ball.