Allied High Tech Products Incorporated

InfinityQS

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12601 Fair Lakes Circle, Suite 250
Fairfax, VA 22003
About InfinityQS
  • InfinityQS' solutions automate data collection and analysis during the manufacturing process so you can make real-time process improvement decisions and prevent defects before they occur. Developed by industrial statisticians using proven methodologies for quality analysis and control, InfinityQS solutions are saving leading manufacturers millions of dollars each year.

    Statistical Process Control (SPC) is an industry-standard methodology for measuring, controlling and improving the quality during the manufacturing process. InfinityQS software automates SPC, eliminating human error and the need for paper records. SPC identifies when processes are out of control due to assignable cause variation (variation caused by special circumstances, not inherent to the process). Our software delivers real-time analysis and alerts so that quality professionals can make timely decisions to improve processes.
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