At Perfact Group, we go a step further than simply applying Lean Six Sigma. We are a specialized knowledge organization focused on optimizing your processes and employees. We make a difference by combining this methodology with advanced data analysis and connecting it to process, product, organizational and employee development. This allows us to collect and analyze targeted data, identify anomalies and even perform predictive analysis.
Problem solving with Lean Six Sigma
Do you have organizational processes that need improvement? Lean Six Sigma provides you with the right toolset to make these improvements. With Lean, we focus on eliminating waste and keep your systems flowing efficiently. This saves you time, resources and energy while improving customer satisfaction.
Using Six Sigma, we use statistical tools to identify the core of your problems and understand how to improve them. The DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) method forms the basis of our scientific thinking and helps us address problems in a structured way.
One of the essential benefits of Lean Six Sigma is that it promotes a culture of continuous improvement. At Perfact Group, we believe in building a continuous improvement culture. This means that we are not only looking at temporary solutions, but also striving for lasting and sustainable improvements.
With our expertise, we help your organization work more efficiently, reduce costs, increase quality and gain a competitive advantage. Whether you are at the beginning of your Lean Six Sigma journey or already experienced with the methodology, we are happy to support you every step of the way.
Perfact Lean Academy
In addition to using Lean Six Sigma to structurally improve processes at our clients, we also train people within our Perfact LEAN Academy.
We believe it is important to invest in the knowledge development of our own employees, so every employee is given the opportunity to attend at least Lean Awareness Training. But, of course, we also train individuals or teams within organizations. In this way, improvement processes can be sustained and employees make an essential contribution to a continuous improvement culture with their acquired knowledge.