ISO/QS, Inc. Opens New England Office

first_imgIndividual Solutions Options / Quality Services, Inc., a high technology management, quality, and environmental consulting firm headquartered in Austin, Texas announces the opening of its New England office in Burlington, Vermont. Robert C. Greenlese has signed on as Senior Consultant to head this office. The New England office will specialize in process improvement consulting, including implementation of quality and environmental management systems (and their integration) as well as process improvement techniques to improve an organization’s bottom line results.Mr. Greenlese previously worked at IBM Microelectronics as a staff engineer in quality, reliability, and process development. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University, a Bachelor or Arts in Physics from SUNY at Potsdam, and a Masters of Science in Mircoelectronic Manufacturing Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.The New England office offers a wide range of training and consulting services to provide customized solutions at affordable prices to a wide variety of technical and non-technical firms. For further information, Please view their website at www.isoqsinc.com(link is external) or contact them at ISOQSBob@adelphia.net(link sends e-mail), 802-899-3543.last_img read more

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Holcomb visits flood-ravaged areas in southern Indiana

first_imgAurora, In. — Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb visited flood-ravaged southern Indiana Monday. “We want the leadership, the families who are making their way here in Dearborn County, to know that we’re gonna be here every step of the way,” said Holcomb. “We’re not just here today.”The trip began in Jefferson County and ended in the town of Aurora where the governor met with leaders and flood victims.Holcomb said, “Just how resilient folks are. This is a reminder of who we are as a people,” said Holcomb. “When you go through something like this, you tend to set your own self-interest aside and you start to worry about your neighbor’s interest.”Dearborn and Switzerland Counties are among the 18 counties in Indiana that have been declared disaster areas.Officials say schools in affected areas will remain closed until damage assessments can be completed.last_img read more

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