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Product development has inherent risks – there are many possibilities for failure, as you move from concept to design to validation to release. Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) is a structured, stage-gate process designed to ensure customer satisfaction for new products being developed. APQP has existed for decades, starting in the automotive industry, then moving into aerospace, and now being applied to other industries such as medical and telecommunications. APQP is a highly proactive product development process that ensures companies fully integrate their design, development, and manufacturing processes from concept to product use, service, and customer feedback. If implemented properly, APQP can help you to improve your product quality and speed up your product time to market with higher levels of acceptance and fewer instances of snafus and chaos at the time of product release.
During this webinar, CMTC Quality Practice Lead Eliot Dratch:
Quality Practice Lead at CMTC
Eliot Dratch is the Quality Practice Lead at CMTC. Eliot specializes in operational improvements for industrial manufacturers, including implementing Quality, Safety, and Lean programs and teaching methods to anchor positive organizational change. He applies 25 years of medical, aerospace, and automotive manufacturing experience to add value to many types of manufacturers. Over the last decade, Eliot has trained hundreds of employees from scores of manufacturing companies and is a co-author of ASQ's Certified Quality Manager Handbook.
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