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The United States Army trusted Minitab Statistical Software for their data analysis to improve a crucial internal process for deciding a soldier’s job status following a medical concern.

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The City of Tyler, Texas has saved more than $5 million through Lean Six Sigma projects. In one such project, city employees used Minitab Statistical Software to show that using less magnesium hydroxide to treat wastewater still ensured compliance with state regulations—while shaving some $80,000 in expenses.

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Energy supply specialist Socomec used Minitab Statistical Software and Lean Six Sigma methods to measure and improve its sales operations.

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French charity created in 1945, the Secours Populaire Français’ Paris committee helps Parisians with 3,000 volunteers through educational activities and social aid. Because delays in processing potential volunteers and in assigning them to operational teams resulted in volunteer dissatisfaction, and in some cases, withdrawal from the program; a Lean Six Sigma improvement project was run with Minitab Statistical Software.

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With the launch of Via Christi’s Center for Clinical Excellence, the healthcare provider created a team of 5 people, all with Lean and Six Sigma training, to complete projects to make patient care more consistent and its operations more efficient. To perform the data analysis necessary to complete the various projects, Via Christi process improvement teams rely on Minitab Statistical Software.

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The largest pediatric provider in northeast Ohio used Minitab to analyze their Lean Six Sigma project data, which helped them to decrease their rate of unplanned breathing tube removals for infants in the neonatal intensive care unit—preventing patient setbacks and reducing length of stay.

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