Today I share with you the Concurrent Engineering definition, which is a key concept of Six Sigma. To learn more about what is Concurrent Engineering, continue on!
What is Concurrent Engineering?
Concurrent Engineering is an strategy for at the same time planning items, and the procedures for assembling those items, using cross utilitarian groups (agents from a wide range of divisions, providers and clients), to guarantee manufacturability, least lifecycle costs, and to lessen general improvement cycle time.
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