Overall, the market has adopted only 24% of Quality 4.0 best practices…where do you fall?There is no standardized playbook for a successful Quality 4.0 program – but there are clear lessons on best-practice capabilities; those that are most adopted to achieve higher levels of maturity and ultimately maximize ROI. In this webcast, LNS Research will discuss its Quality 4.0 maturity model, examine how the market is performing, dissect a real business example, and show how executives can use this model to accelerate their company’s Quality 4.0 initiatives.Join us for this complimentary, informative webcast on Thursday, October 8th. Matthew Littlefield, President & Principal Analyst at LNS Research, along with David Isaacson, Senior Director, Product Marketing at ETQ, will help you discover:
Matthew Littlefield, President & Principal Analyst, LNS Research is co-founder and President of LNS Research; in this role, he leads the organization as it fulfills its mission of driving industrial transformation. He is also a principal analyst and contributes to research across the breadth of topics covered by the firm. Littlefield is a recognized industry expert, and an active speaker and contributing author across the breadth of industry publications, associations, and events. His passion, however, is advising manufacturing executives on Industrial Transformation and Operational Excellence. Prior to LNS, Matthew spent five years with Aberdeen Group leading its global manufacturing research practice. During that time, he authored hundreds of thought leadership reports and frequently spoke at industry events. Earlier in his career, he worked for several global manufacturing organizations in engineering and shop floor management roles. Littlefield graduated cum laude from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BA in Economics and an MS in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research.
David Isaacson, Senior Director, Product Marketing, ETQ has over 25 years experience in software product marketing and product management. David has successfully brought SaaS products to market for a variety of industries and high-growth companies. He has worked for software companies such as Anaqua, VFA/Accruent, and Oracle, where he led the product management team responsible for integrating analytics into the Oracle database.