ISO 9001 & PPAP: Rethinking Solutions

JustReThink, LLC
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If your ISO 9001 QMS is failing to keep your best employees, customers and EBITDA’s (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization) satisfied, then none of your credentials matter and you need to Just Rethink for the next hour.  Good news!  Just Rethink, LLC can help. Our Just Rethinking Solutions books are designed to be less than a one hour read and will help you navigate through pitfalls and possible points of failures, while teaching you how to merge in PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) to find the key to successful Supplier Quality Management which stops garbage in, garbage out, so you can worry less and get your production back on track.   Just ReThink and purchase today!
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Dennis McVay is the CEO of JustReThink, LLC and has over 24 years of hands-on industry experience working and consulting for small companies to extremely large tier one automotive suppliers. 

McVay has a proven track record as an advanced problem solver with degrees, certifications and expertise in Design Engineering, Manufacturing, Quality Engineering, Automation & Robotics, Senior Level IT Analyst & Programming, Safety and Senior Level Management.

McVay leads by example, working through complex problems, by taking a unique, common sense approach offering time-saving teaching mechanisms.

McVay knows how to make things simple for others to understand. The Rethinking Solutions book word counts are designed to be less than a one hour read, based on the average reading speed of 200 words per minute.

McVay is excited to share real world “hands-on” solutions to you through these new ReThinking Solutions Books and Android Phone APPs.  All available on the Google Play Store.
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Dec 31, 2017
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