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Improving Data & Analytics Drives Improvement for Quality Initiatives 

Global Automotive Electronics Supplier

A global supplier and manufacturer of automotive electronics and components was facing cycle time constraints and data challenges with customer facing Quality initiatives. They had limited visibility into defects and status. They were slowed by manual processes, poorly designed data flows and outdated data model, and a lack of modern data and analytics capabilities.

Quality Management


This supplier found that their Quality team lacked a single source of truth, which created a lot of friction in the organization due to data variations and associated challenges. The processes for using and accessing data needed sharper definition to set the stage for success. In addition, enterprise data literacy became a concern when they discovered that a new global analytics platform was necessary in order to achieve their goals. 


Axis Group consultants updated the data and analytics operating model and tech stack to provide:

  • New Data Model and Data Platform
    The data model was rewritten in modern platforms leveraging Snowflake and Matillion.

  • One Source of Quality Truth
    A new Qlik “Automotive Quality” dashboard fostered agreement, and reduced friction in the org. In addition,  successive dashboards and data applications created visibility that didn’t exist before.

  • New Analytics Operating Model
    New processes, along with data literacy training, created a “big win” to reduce turnaround time.


 Systems Stability

"Standardization across locations globally is traditionally a challenge here; this solution helped drive global standardization.”

Better Quality - Up and Down the Org

“Stability, in turn, helped and continues to help drive Quality upstream, which in turn leads to better Quality downstream.”

Same Page for All

"We can communicate more effectively now, and surprisingly, we now use much less PowerPoint.”

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