Accelerate with Quick Release_

80 percent of all new complex engineered products are late or overbudget. Why should non-delivery be the norm? Our accelerate solution inspires the creativity to go faster.

Accelerate

80 percent of all new complex engineered projects are late or overbudget. Why should non-delivery be the norm? Our Accelerate solution inspires the creativity to go faster.

Short release times enable growth, which for many is survival. However, balancing quality control with business constraints, while leveraging data to inform real-time decision making and creating a true picture of programme health can be challenging.

Working alongside a military vehicle manufacturer, QR_ recently reduced average programme timing overruns from 50 to 15 percent.

Accelerate

80 percent of all new complex engineered products are late or overbudget. Why should non-delivery be the norm? Our accelerate solution inspires the creativity to go faster.

1. Best athletes

Skills, mindset, passion: the best person for the job completes the job.

2. Iterate quickly

Don't let the 20% stop 80% getting out there. Aim high, iterate quickly, fail fast.

3. Progressive maturity

Sprint methodology used throughout the PD lifecycle. Real time collaboration and a plan for every part every day.

4. Pop-up software

Agile local systems where required, providing an exact and immediate fit to the need.

5. Data driven decisions

Delivering the right data to the right people, at the right time, in order to make better real-time decisions.

Showcase projects

Accelerate time to market

Responding to Lord Carter's review into unwarranted variation in NHS ambulance trusts, Ford and Venari partnered in a rapidly developed, lightweight ambulance with the ambitious goal of moving from concept to launch-ready vehicle in 12 months. QR were integral to the running of the program, focused on high-cadence Program Management, variant management., and integration of data and systems.

Prototype BoM and process support

Up until the time of QR’s involvement, the client was averaging 75% part availability on MRD for their prototype builds, leading to late vehicle delivery, late vehicle testing and even delays to production start. 57% of in build changes could be traced back to an error in the BoM.

VPP management

The Quality team of an automotive leader in coating products did not track PPAP dates for hundreds of parts in several plants. Without understanding and having visibility of next steps, promising or confirming dates, the supplier would not have time to react.