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Webinar: Improving Productivity and Customer Satisfaction for the Semiconductor Industry
Times are challenging for a semiconductor manufacturer. Competition is more intense, with many new companies entering the market over the past few years. Cost and customer performance pressures mount so front-end and back-end factories need to look at sustainable solutions to:
Productivity Improvement, Data Analytics, and Business Discovery
About the Speakers
Mr. Gregory Quinn is the CEO of Quinn & Associates Inc., delivering planning and scheduling solutions for manufacturers and service providers a wide variety of verticals. These verticals include aerospace & defense, printing, metals, foods, packaging, plastics, electronics, pharmaceutical, and apparel. Mr. Quinn has nearly 40 years experience in delivering solutions for improved resource management and predictive analysis. Mr. Quinn has a B.S. in Mathematics and a dual M.S. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from the Pennsylvania State University. Mr. Quinn has published and lectures in the areas of resource management software, information systems, and project management, including several chapters to a recent book Finite Capacity Scheduling: Optimizing a Constrained Supply Chain.
Fraser Bonnett is the President of Quinn & Associates and Director of the Preactor Business Unit. He has a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. Before founding Quinn & Associates, he sent 10 years consulting with the US Air Force. His advanced scheduling experience includes glass, pharmaceuticals, food, secondary metals, and paper industries. He is also a specialist integrating Preactor with MRP/ERP and MES systems.
Join Greg Quinn, CEO of Quinn & Associates and Fraser Bonnett, President of Quinn & Associates, as they discuss how trends in MES help semiconductor manufacturers meet today’s challenges and maintain a competitive advantage. You will gain insight into more reliable product deliverable to improve customer satisfaction through better resource management. Methods to better resolve the difficulties of reentrant manufacturing will be illustrated.
- Prioritize lots/wafers within the fab to meet customer commitments
- Improve utilization of equipment, and
- Increase productivity of direct labor.