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Press Release Summary:
November 18, 2010 - Suited for single users or networked implementation, Synergy 1000(TM) v7.0 facilitates set up of part, process, and characteristic files; traceability tags; assignable cause and corrective action notes. Program combines real-time alarm capabilities for variable and attribute data, plus Gage R/R, short run, advanced Pareto analyses, and intercharacteristic math calculations. Hyperlink file feature enables 1-click access to frequently accessed documents and web pages while running process.
Original Press Release
Synergy 1000 SPC Software, Version 7.0, Scheduled for December Release
Press release date: November 10, 2010
Cincinnati, OH - Zontec Inc. has announced 10 new features for its Synergy 1000(TM) Version 7.0 Statistical Process Control (SPC) Software that is due for general release on December 1, 2010.
Synergy 1000 is designed for quality improvement on standalone PCs and local workgroup computers. The application runs on Windows® XP, Windows Vista(TM) and Windows 7 operating systems.
The new release includes easier setup for part, process and SPC characteristic files, traceability tags, assignable cause and corrective action notes. Version 7.0 also includes enhancements to the intercharacteristic math calculator, control limit calculations and control trend test alarm settings. A new "hyperlink file" feature enables users one-click access to frequently accessed documents, reference materials, visual aids, other software applications, and web pages while running their process.
Zontec is a major world player in the statistical process control (SPC) software market, maintaining a longstanding tradition as one of the first companies to offer SPC software for personal computers in 1983.
Today, Zontec is highly respected for its focus on innovation and applying new technologies that help businesses address quality issues, maximize profitability and strive for long-term continuous improvement.
Zontec software has been adopted worldwide by more than 5,000 companies, spanning virtually every industrial category.