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Open Source Six Sigma Steps it up.
04/01/2008 - 00:11

Scottsdale, Arizona. Open Source Six Sigma unveils new website and supportive technology aimed at creating efficient communications and commerce for Open Source customers.

Thru its efforts with Design is Fuel (Valencia, California), a leading interactive strategy, design and development agency and Digital River (Minneapolis, Minnesota), a global e-commerce leader, OSSS has created an intuitive, user-friendly site with an emphasis on our breakthrough products, communications and secure commerce.

“The development of what we have created was essential for us to support our growth and our customer base. This effort forced us to really examine some of our own processes and infrastructure related to supporting and servicing our wide variety of clientele. It was an intensive task but we’re extremely pleased with the results and look forward to aggressively pursuing our mission.” Scot Shank, Founder, Open Source Six Sigma.

The result is cutting-edge technologies, tools and unique services which will allow us to effectively respond to our customer’s unique circumstances and demands. OSSS can now respond quicker than ever to both digital and physical product fulfillment across the world.

We’re especially excited about what this means for our Corporate and Consulting Customers. The combination of our customized IP Portal System enhancements and the expansion of our Product fulfillment services allow us to provide cutting-edge solutions to the logistical issues that many Corporations and Consultancies face today.

The new Open Source Six Sigma technology developments come amidst the release of some very exciting new products. The Open Source Six Sigma Quick Reference Guides serve as Digital Desktop References™ for practicing Belts and the new eBooks Series provides additional flexibility to those interested in Learning about the various aspects of Lean Six Sigma. To learn more explore