We just wrapped up our spring multivariate analysis courses in Florida, and they were a resounding success. Companies in the chemical, steel, paint, food, and automation industries came out to learn how to use multivariate analysis to improve product quality & develop new products faster.
Michael Dell says we’re in a data economy and data is arguably the most important natural resource of this century. Dell uncovered $310 million in additional revenue last year using advanced analytics. But what about the cost side of the balance sheet? We’ve shown time and time again that multivariate analysis helps companies uncover hidden insights in their manufacturing data so they can improve product quality, which in turn saves costly rework, scrap, and keeps customers happy.