We help our clients get their products to market faster, better prepared and more efficiently through our applied skills in all aspects of successful new product development and launch. We are uniquely focused on this, connecting the silos to create timely, accurate and human centric information flows. This is the ‘QR difference’. As a result, we are global leaders in PDM and supreme in our ability to tackle this mission-critical issue for our clients.
Deeply focused on accelerated programme delivery, connecting silos to create timely, accurate and human centric information flows. This is the ‘QR difference’.
Decarbonisation and other major disruptors of the global economy are driving an unprecedented level of new, advanced product development and introduction. However, 90% of such programmes run late and over budget through lack of early visibility of different critical path items not being ready or misaligned through poor and incomplete product specification data.
There is a solution - Quick Release_. What we do is critical to the success of any advanced engineering programme, and we are the best in the world at doing it. We will be your expert product data management partner that will bring order to your data and processes and help you bring your products to market faster, more efficiently and with less risk. Our hands-on approach is far more effective and impactful than any generalist consulting firm.
The QR_ advantage for...
Giving confidence that their investment will not be squandered on engineering inefficiencies, people debating multiple versions of the truth and communication breakdowns. Providing assurance that the leadership team has established and is equipped with the processes, tools and metrics needed to monitor, manage and mitigate product development and delivery related risks that could materially impact the value of the business.
Providing visibility for the Board of product specification and product development and delivery related risks that could materially impact the success of mission-critical programmes and hence realisation of the strategy of the business. Benchmarking PLM and PDM maturity, identifying gaps and how to close them. Giving confidence that the leadership team has established and is equipped with the processes, tools and metrics needed to monitor, manage and mitigate such risks.
Chief Executive Officers
Benchmarking PLM and PDM maturity, identifying gaps and how to close them. De-risking mission-critical programmes, reducing delays, controlling costs, ensuring early commercialisation and revenue generation, protecting reputation and meeting sustainability commitments.
Chief Financial Officers
De-risking mission-critical programmes, reducing programme delivery delays, controlling costs, providing predictability of financial outcomes, ensuring early commercialisation and revenue generation, and ensuring compliance with ESG reporting requirements.
Chief Commercial Officers
Reducing programme delivery delays, ensuring early commercialisation and revenue generation, avoiding post-sale quality issues in market.
Chief Operating Officers
De-risking mission-critical programmes, reducing programme delivery delays, controlling costs, ensuring early commercialisation, building robust programme delivery capabilities for the long-term and meeting sustainability commitments.
Chief Procurement Officers
Optimising procurement effectiveness and efficiency, providing the reliable materials and component specification data needed to support product development and delivery effectively while minimising waste. Providing the basis for competitive tendering to optimise quality and cost, avoiding the risk of being tied into a single supplier because of poor or incomplete material or component specification data.
Chief Transformation Officers
Establishing best practice operating models, driving culture change, improving efficiency and building robust programme delivery capabilities for the long-term.
Chief Technology Officers
Better integrating strategic technology partners, reducing lifecycles for new technology adoption, improving leverage of proven new technologies and innovations across business units and programmes.
Chief Information Officers
Establishing robust product data capture and management processes to feed enterprise reporting and management systems. Establishing a consistent enabling data architecture, aligned across programmes and business units. Better connecting the business with IT, through best practice business processes and real-time connected data.
Chief Sustainability Officers
Providing the accurate Bill of Materials and reliable materials and component specification data needed to undertake the product lifecycle analysis required to measure and report on the environmental footprint and societal impacts of a product.
Providing the product specification information needed to support patent registrations and to defend any patent infringement claims that might arise. Providing the accurate materials and component specification data that will be needed in the event that it is necessary to pursue a claim versus a supplier for failure to meet the contracted quality criteria.