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    Picklyk
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    hey guys.  we went through an online demo today for an FMEA/control plan software called Aqua.  I’m sure most have heard of it.  i hadn’t used it in awhile and it’s changed a lot.  it’s now online so you can access it from anywhere. 
    any experience with aqua or other softwares of this type?
    thanks,
    jay
     

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    #144491

    Orang_Utan
    Participant

    I rate any self-promoted software in this forum as a junk.

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    #144543

    Picklyk
    Participant

    oops.  sorry if i came across as self-promoting something.  aqua is a huge name in the industry, so there’s no need for a peon like me to promote it on a six sigma bbs.
    i’m genuinely curious.  i get honest answers here and would appreciate anyone’s feedback in regard to it.  currently, we use excel.  we are growing at a rate such that excel does not meet our needs anymore and need to step forward.  we’ve evaluated several packages, the aforementioned one being the most promising so far.
    any help is much obliged!

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    #144545

    IknowU
    Participant

    jay
    what do you want to communicate?
    Why are you hesitating so much? Come on, be clear on what you want to say?
    iknowu

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    #144580

    Orang_Utan
    Participant

    So, you are saying that your evaluation says that software is the best??

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    #144655

    Picklyk
    Participant

    yep.  i wish others’d chime in.  unfortunately, it’s nearly impossible to ask a question around hear without getting flamed for some stupid detail in regard to the question…unless you’re in the isixsigma good ‘ole boys club.
     

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    #144661

    Mikel
    Member

    Jay – FMEA is not a highly analytical tool, why do you think you need some specialized software?

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    #144736

    Picklyk
    Participant

    i agree. 
    we need it because we have had cross-platform failures due to not having a common approach to creating process flows/fmea’s control plans.  everyone does it a different way.  this eliminates much of that. 

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