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Six Sigma in the age of IIoT

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In this whitepaper, learn how the Industrial Internet brings new levels of sophistication to the core steps of the Six Sigma process.

Over the years, Six Sigma practices have brought significant savings to the manufacturing sector, and its adoption has been far and wide. For fans of Six Sigma and Quality Management, the IIoT brings whole new opportunities to make better what they love already: a focus on setting, managing, and verifying goals, and the culture that revolves around continuous improvement.

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