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SPC (Statistical Process Control)

Statistical process control (SPC) involves using statistics to improve processes or end-products. It is meant to be applied to areas where production occurs, specifically to identify weak points in a production process and also to remedy these issues.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About SPC (Statistical Process Control)

Statistical process control can make it easy for a small business to improve its end product. It can also result in major improvements to the manufacturing process. There are many different examples of SPC that can be used by a small business. These include histograms, scatter diagrams, check sheets and more. When applied properly, a small business can record data and analyze it. Improvements can then be made that have a noticeable impact on a small business's performance.

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