InfinityQS recognised as Manufacturing Supply Chain Leader in 2014 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100

InfinityQS International, Inc., an authority on real-time quality and Manufacturing Intelligence, was named to the 2014 Supply & Demand Chain Executive (SDCE) 100, an annual list of "100 Great Supply Chain Projects." InfinityQS was recognised for its success in helping a cable manufacturer realise raw material savings, increase process capabilities and reduce plant-to-plant variations with its ProFicient Quality Management System.

Michael Lyle, president and CEO, InfinityQS said, "Industrial technology is playing a critical role in allowing organisations to overcome complexities inherent to the manufacturing supply chain. This success is driven by the use of Manufacturing Intelligence and real-time analytics to connect operational performance and quality to larger corporate goals related to performance, culture and improvement. Whether via the cloud or private networks, the ability to manage manufacturing quality across the enterprise is no longer a luxury, it is a necessity."

The 2014 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 are supply chain solution and service providers that are helping their customers and clients achieve supply chain excellence. They have produced measurable gains in ROI through cost cutting, and increased efficiency, whether in warehouse, transportation, procurement sourcing or any other category in the end-to-end supply chain.

InfinityQS ProFicient is a Manufacturing Intelligence platform powered by a robust, centralised SPC analytical software engine. Its cloud-based deployment option, ProFicient on Demand, streamlines global data collection and analysis with a unified data archive. With cross-browser functionality, cloud-based quality systems are not dependent on individual systems or IT configurations, allowing increased ease of access for any facility around the world.

A complete list of the SDCE 100 is available at and will appear in the June 2014 issue of the magazine.

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