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General Motors Sets New Standard for Quality in Automotive Industry

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Partners with Dyadem to Deploy Stature Quality Lifecycle Management Global Platform

TORONTO, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Dyadem today announced that General Motors has selected Dyadem's Stature platform to manage quality across its engineering and manufacturing divisions globally. Dyadem is a leader in Quality and Risk Lifecycle Management.

Stature will allow GM to leverage a common DFMEA and PFMEA framework. The Stature QLM solution helps companies dramatically improve quality by proactively improving designs based on lessons learned and reducing the communication gap between departments and organizations.

"We wanted to take our quality FMEAs to a new level and Dyadem's unique approach was exactly what we needed. Dyadem understands that quality needs to be managed at an enterprise level. Dyadem has an excellent intuitive Web-based platform that our entire company could standardize on," said Kirk Gutmann, Global Information Officer, GM Manufacturing & Quality Information Systems & Services.

Stature enables GM to conduct quality planning via a Web-based platform that uses a common library across all divisions and all regions, allowing better visibility into quality and the incorporation of updates made in manufacturing back into design. Global manufacturing models require a Quality solution that ensures communication and knowledge sharing across departments, divisions and geographies.

"GM understands the importance of addressing quality planning through a global approach. Many companies attempt to correct design issues at the manufacturing stage but fail to fully integrate quality throughout the product lifecycle. GM is leading the way by unifying its entire global engineering and manufacturing community on the Stature platform, giving them a shared quality specification that can be managed from product concept through product retirement," said Kevin North, President and CEO, Dyadem.

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Good deal. But it'll take a while before people notice GM's new commitment to quality.
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