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Announcing Six Sigma Tools for iPad and Mac(February 28, 2012)
Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 28, 2012
The QI Macros Lean Six Sigma Software announces Six Sigma tools for Apple's iPad and Mac. Using the QI Macros Numbers Templates, Apple's iPad and Mac users can now create control charts, histograms, Pareto charts and more with Apple's Numbers App. This brings surprisingly easy-to-use Six Sigma, SPC (statistical process control) software to the iPad.
Why Numbers for the iPad and Mac? While the full QI Macros package works perfectly in Excel 2011 for the Mac, Excel is not yet supported on the iPad. The Numbers App; however, works well in both iPad and Mac. The other Office-like apps we tested on the iPad don't currently handle graphs well enough to support these tools. In addition, users can purchase the specific charts they need for a low cost.
Available charts include attribute control charts (c, g, np, p, t, u), variable control charts (XmR, XbarR, XbarS), histograms and Pareto charts. The Cp/Cpk template provides the user with Capability analysis, a frequent manufacturing requirement.
"While we still recommend using the full QI Macros addin for Excel 2011 on the Mac, these templates fill an important gap on the iPad," says Jay Arthur, author of the QI Macros.
Readers can purchase the QI Macros tools for Apple's Numbers app at http://www.qimacros.com/lean-six-sigma-tools-iPad-Mac.html
The QI Macros SPC Software contains 30+ charts and over 90+ fill-in-the-blank templates for simplifying the complexities of Lean Six Sigma. And at only $199 +S&H, they are the least expensive, most robust solution available on the market.
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