2017 Capital Expenditure Study – Quality

$695.00

This report details Quality’s 18th Annual Spending Study, providing information on spending for capital equipment, software and services for quality assurance and control. Changes in spending, allocation of budget and professional approach to quality are identified year-over-year. This report provides a broad picture of the state of investment in quality equipment and services, as well as identifying important trends of interest to quality assurance and control professionals.

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Description

Why Order this Report?

This report details Quality’s 18th Annual Spending Study, providing information on spending for capital equipment, software and services for quality assurance and control. Changes in spending, allocation of budget and professional approach to quality are identified year-over-year. This report provides a broad picture of the state of investment in quality equipment and services, as well as identifying important trends of interest to quality assurance and control professionals.

Who Should Read this Report?

Vice presidents, Directors and Managers of Manufacturing, Quality, Planning, Purchasing, Finance, and Operations who are involved or influence spending for quality assurance and control, as well as in companies who provide quality assurance and control tools, training, equipment, information, and services to those individuals.

Study Background:

Objectives of this research are to:

  • Report actual vs. planned/projected/budgeted plant spending on quality assurance and control equipment, software, systems, and services
  • Identify change in quality professionals’ approach to quality today, compared to a year ago
  • Measure spending on quality equipment and services overall
  • Identify changes in allocation of budget within quality equipment and service categories

Methodology:

  • 282 online surveys were completed with domestic, qualified subscribers to Quality
  • Data collected October 18 – November 1, 2017
Study Year Completed Surveys
2014 321
2015 258
2016 296
2017 282