A Global View of Quality: Monitoring and Analyzing Data across the Supply Chain

SDCEClients in the News: When purchasing a new car, the first thing you may notice is the vehicle’s make. The car may say Toyota or Ford on the outside, but what’s on the inside? In reality, the car’s components—from the tires to the transmission—are typically manufactured by third-party vendors and suppliers. These and myriad other vendor-made parts are assembled in original equipment manufacturer (OEM) factories all over the world, where the final product comes to life. Essentially, large manufacturers, like Toyota and Ford, are assemblers of other companies’ goods. Read more: