Logistics and Six-Sigma

We are back with another edition of our six-sigma blog series. This time I will cover the benefits of using six-sigma to optimize logistics in order to improve your organization’s cost lines. Before I begin my discussion I would like to mention that anytime I talk about ‘Lean’ , I’m referring to the methodology of[…]

How Lean Six-Sigma can bring more predictability to order

Hi All, We recently posted an article on applying six-sigma to your inventory and are now following up the series with another six-sigma related article. Today I will talk about utilizing six-sigma to assess the performance of all your suppliers in order to make sure your operations are not being adversely affected by them. You[…]

Deming’s 14 Points and the Supply Chain – Ken Kinlock

How Deming can improve your Supply Chain Today’s article is not a RigBasket original but a very useful piece on improving supply chains across organizations. As we are big fans of the Deming philosophy, we thought it would be best to share this article with our followers. We would like to pay tribute to Mr.[…]

Can Six-Sigma be applied to inventory?

Hi Guys, It’s been a while since you’ve heard from the RigBasket team. As an early stage start-up we’ve had a “surge” in demo requests and have been with our customers. We’re finally able to take a step back and catch up on the blog. This will be quite a controversial post as the term[…]

Taking the red pill: The beauty of engineering

Hi Guys, So last week we talked about taking the blue pill and the consequences of quitting engineering (the act of leaving the profession permanently). However, many die-hard engineers said we didn’t do justice to their side of the story, especially some of the members at RigBasket. This week, we will let them justify why[…]