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SPC Software provides real-time quality management.

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Synergy 1000(TM) Statistical Process Control software enables businesses to standardize their way of organizing, storing, and acting upon production data. It offers real-time data collection, charting, and color-coded alarms for monitoring process violations and implementing corrective actions on spot. Available in standalone PC and network configurations, production-based software tool runs on Windows 98/NT/2000/XP operating systems.



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Synergy 1000 Combines Flexibility, Ease-Of-Use, Value Pricing



CINCINNATI, OH -- Zontec, Inc. has announced the April 1, 2006 release of Synergy 1000(TM) Statistical Process Control (SPC) Software for companies seeking a production-based software tool for real-time quality management.

Synergy 1000 enables businesses to standardize the way they organize,
store and act upon their production data as it relates to quality. The
software is indispensible for companies who need to regularly document
contract compliance, generate audit trails and traceability records and
who are striving for certification to ISO and TS quality standards. By
detecting product defects and nonconformities sooner, Synergy 1000 users
are able to reduce waste, lower manufacturing costs and outperform the
competition.

Synergy 1000 offers true real-time data collection, charting and
color-coded alarms for monitoring process violations and implementing
corrective actions on the spot. The system includes built-in gage
interfacing for automated data collection, advanced analytical and
reporting tools. Short run utilities and gage repeatability and
reproducibility (Gage R&R) are provided at no additional cost.

Synergy 1000 runs on Windows 98, NT, 2000 and XP operating systems and
is available in standalone PC or network configurations.

Contact:
Richard Morris
Phone (513) 648-9695 x204
rmorris@zontec-spc.com

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