IQMS Case Study: Plastics Components Inc. Leads Global Competition At Home With EnterpriseIQ

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Founded in 1989, Plastic Components, Inc. (PCI) uses complete process automation to keep costs low and quality high. To support this vision, PCI adopted lean manufacturing principles, such as staffing for efficiency, investing in quality equipment and support systems, and pursuing process improvements. In 2002, with these goals in mind, PCI sought to replace its multiple databases and software packages.

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