Jacobs Vehicle Systems

Replaces Kamishibai with Beacon Quality to Improve Layered Process Audit Completion and Corrective Action Rates

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Jacobs Vehicle Systems

Replaces Kamishibai with Beacon Quality to Improve Layered Process Audit Completion and Corrective Action Rates

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Layer 2: Let’s Talk Value – 5 Financial Advantages Layered Process Audit Software Delivers

Duration: 40 minutes



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A layered process audit (LPA) program is a critical component of an effective quality program because it takes quality out of its departmental silo, and makes it a daily focus of all departments – creating a culture of quality across the entire organization. Unfortunately, manually managing high frequency audits creates a heavy administrative burden and makes it difficult for companies to reach the full strategic potential.

A recently commissioned study explores the key metrics used to evaluate and measure the business impact of EASE, the leading Digital Layered Process Audit software solution. This on-demand webinar will equip you with the top 5 financial advantages when building your own business case while sharing examples of the magnitude of operational and strategic value Ease customers realize.

Join experts from The Hobson Group and Ease as we explore Making the Case for an LPA Software by measuring the business value of a digital layered process audit solution. During this webinar, Hobson will discuss:

  • Industry trends in Quality manufacturing
  • Key challenges from customer research by an independent source
  • Measuring the business value of LPA software
  • The Return on Investment (ROI) framework and the 3 key areas with the most value
  • Top 5 benefits and metrics of LPA software
  • An in-depth case study with actionable insights

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About Jacob’s Vehicle

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Overview

A global automotive supplier looking to improve visibility into quality decided to replace its manual paper-based audit system with Beacon Quality software. Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions.

About Jacob’s Vehicle

Jacobs’ Drive the Future demonstrator truck is traveling throughout North America to show off its latest technologies which lead to improved productivity, engine braking, and emissions.

Industry: Trucking
Company size: 501-1000 employees
Location: Bloomfield, CT
Software used: EASE LPAs, Safety & 5S Audits

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40+% increased audit completion rates

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Expanded the use of Beacon Quality from LPAs to include safety and 5S audits.

 
Ambassador

Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions. The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks.

Influencer

Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions. The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks.

Leadership

Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions. The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks.

Trailblazer

Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions. The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks.

 

Overview

A global automotive supplier looking to improve visibility into quality decided to replace its manual paper-based audit system with Beacon Quality software. Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions.

Background

The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks. Jacobs Vehicle Systems is a leading manufacturer of advanced engine braking systems and valve activation technologies, with manufacturing locations in North America, Europe and Asia.

The team would choose a card from the first deck to determine the audit location. The card selected from the second deck indicated the process to audit, showing acceptable results on one side (colored green) and non-compliant results on the opposite side (colored red). Auditors would post results on a dry erase board, then log them in spreadsheets.

About Jacob’s Vehicle

Jacobs’ Drive the Future demonstrator truck is traveling throughout North America to show off its latest technologies which lead to improved productivity, engine braking, and emissions.

“I highly recommend Beacon to any organization using paper and pencil or other manual spreadsheet LPA systems. The savings in administrative


JOHN ROSE, QUALITY
SYSTEMS MANAGER,
JACOBS VEHICLE

Ready to Simplify Your Audit

Transform your plant floor audits from a cost center to a profit center with

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About Jacob’s Vehicle

Jacobs’ Drive the Future demonstrator truck is traveling throughout North America to show off its latest technologies which lead to improved productivity, engine braking, and emissions.

“I highly recommend Beacon to any organization using paper and pencil or other manual spreadsheet LPA systems. The savings in administrative


JOHN ROSE, QUALITY
SYSTEMS MANAGER,
JACOBS VEHICLE

Ready to Simplify Your Audit

Transform your plant floor audits from a cost center to a profit center with

CTA-WelcomeiPad

Overview

A global automotive supplier looking to improve visibility into quality decided to replace its manual paper-based audit system with Beacon Quality software. Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions.

Background

The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks. Jacobs Vehicle Systems is a leading manufacturer of advanced engine braking systems and valve activation technologies, with manufacturing locations in North America, Europe and Asia.

The team would choose a card from the first deck to determine the audit location. The card selected from the second deck indicated the process to audit, showing acceptable results on one side (colored green) and non-compliant results on the opposite side (colored red). Auditors would post results on a dry erase board, then log them in spreadsheets.

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Meet Your Presenters

Cate Rodriguez

Partner, Hobson & Company

Cate Rodriguez is an accomplished executive with over 20 years of experience working with early stage companies experiencing rapid growth. She is currently a Partner with the consulting firm Hobson & Company where she specializes in helping companies define and implement ROI based selling strategies.

Ms. Rodriguez holds a BS in Civil Engineering Georgia Tech and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Jason Holte

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Ease Inc.

Jason began his career at The Behr Paint Company, a leading North American CPG manufacturer. It was at Behr he developed a passion for enabling quality, safety, and productivity on the shop floor through the use of real-time insights into process and protocol adherence. He considers digital transformation essential to zero error, zero injury manufacturing.

Gavin Drake

Chief Marketing Officer, Ease Inc.

Gavin Drake is a 25-year veteran of the software industry, with a passion for building scalable growth, developing powerful brands and passionate customers. Gavin is the co-author of “Content Automation for Dummies” and is an experienced speaker and writer, contributing to a variety of publications including Computer Shopper Magazine, MarketingTech, EContent and TC World.

Ambassador

Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions. The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks.

Leadership

Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions. The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks.

Influencer

Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions. The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks.

Trailblazer

Six months after implementation, the organization has increased audit completion rates more than 40% and created more accountability around corrective actions. The company had conducted paper-based layered process audits (LPAs) for many years. In 2012, they launched a visual management process called Kamishibai—Japanese for “paper drama”—to structure audits using cards randomly selected from two decks.