Delta COMMANDqc Case Study

April 9, 2019

Concrete and materials test results were stored in file folders throughout the company and the data could not be easily accessed and examined. Verifying batch tolerances required going to the plant and manually reviewing paper tickets, an extremely time-consuming operation. On top of that, every division did things differently, making it difficult to consolidate data. In short, Delta wanted to find a system that would make it easy for them to verify that all their internal processes were operating as expected so they could be certain their own house was in order and they could concentrate on providing the best product possible to their customers...

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