Reviews & Testimonials & Case Studies

Qualitel Corp implements Velocity Scheduling System and wins Award

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Velocity Scheduling System Tuanhai Hoang, President, Qualitel Corporation is named Manufacturing Executive of the Year, large firms. Qualitel implemented Velocity Scheduling System (VSS) and reduced lead-times by 25%.  You can read the full article here:  http://seattlebusinessmag.com/article/2015-washington-manufacturing-awards-manufacturing-executive-year-large-firms  Qualitel is a custom electronics manufacturer making circuit boards and complex box assemblies for aerospace, medical, industrial and military customers.  Like most custom manufacturers they […]

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Velocity Scheduling System Reviews

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Reviews of Velocity Scheduling System Here are just some of the Velocity Scheduling System reviews.  More reviews can be found under the Blog/Testimonials tab at the top of the page.  With VSS you can reduce lead-times and  improve due date performance all with less chaos.  Read these reviews and results for yourself: “You have heard of the Horse Whisperer well […]

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Custom Plastic Manufacturer implements Drum Buffer Rope

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A custom polypropylene sheet and product manufacturer participated in the 14 week Velocity Scheduling System Coaching Program that is based on the Theory of Constraints Drum Buffer Rope — but modified for custom job shops and machine shops.  The drum buffer rope method has to be modified for custom job shops and machine shops because their constraint can move week […]

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Industry Week Best Plants Use Theory of Constraints

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85% of the 2014 Industry Week best plant finalists and winners used Theory of Constraints over the past 5 years. By Dr Lisa Lang This article is copyrighted by Science of Business, Inc. 2015 Visit our Re-post guidelines. Industry Week’s Best Plants awards were established in 1990.  Their stated purpose: To recognize plants that are on the leading edge of efforts to increase […]

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Injection Molding Job Shop Reduces Lead-times 50% to 75%

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Job Shop Reduces Lead-times By Dr Lisa Lang This article is copyrighted by Science of Business, Inc. 2015 Visit our Re-post guidelines. Scheduling and improving the performance of a custom job shop can be challenging (to say the least). Exothermic Molding, Inc., Kenilworth, New Jersey, is a 24 employee pioneer in reaction injection molding, doing business since 1972. They provide RIM […]

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Visual Job Shop Scheduling Success – Case Study

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Ohio Job Shop STOPS Focusing on Efficiency and Dramatically Improves with Velocity Scheduling System By Dr Lisa Lang This article is copyrighted by Science of Business, Inc. 2014 Visit our Re-post guidelines. Mound Laser and Photonics Center Inc. of Kettering OH, successfully completed the Velocity Scheduling System Coaching Program and their story was captured.  MLPC is a custom job shop focused on […]

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Job Shop Scheduling Success Story: Big Company, Big Improvement and Big Employee Involvement!

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Job shop scheduling story PDF here. By Dr Lisa Lang This article is copyrighted by Science of Business, Inc. 2013 Visit our Re-post guidelines. Even the largest and most successful corporations want to improve delivery performance, which is what motivated Chicago Metallic Corporation (CMC), a world leader in custom architectural building products, to get on board with the Velocity Scheduling System […]

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Case Study: Job Shop Scheduling in a Reno Machine Shop

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 Increased productivity, increased flow and the ability to deliver FASTER than anyone expected (even the employees and most certainly their customers).   (c) Can Stock Photo Read the entire case study here –> AD Hawk Inc Success Story That’s the headline of this case study.  These claims aren’t usually made in reference to a custom job shop — but that’s exactly what happened. […]

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Job Shop Scheduling for a Custom Material Handling Equipment Manufacturer

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Here’s yet another Velocity Scheduling System testimonial.  This highly custom job shop makes custom material handling equipment. “We have reduced the time that it takes for a job to go through the shop.  It helped us get control of the schedule, by reducing the scramble of jobs in the shop.  Now we do them in order and everyone in the […]

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Michigan Precision Machine Shop Scheduling Success Story

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Manufacturing and Theory of Constraints Expert Dr. Lisa Lang Features a Michigan Precision Machine Shop Success Story Robert Peuterbaugh, President of Joint Production Technology, shares his story of how the Velocity Scheduling System is helping his company to see increased production and profits. Green Valley, AZ – December 29, 2012 – “Dr. Lisa” Lang, President of the Science […]

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