Accelerated Reliability Solutions, L.L.C.

Reliability Coaching from Trusted Advisors
Accelerating the Reliability Learning Curve
Do you need to accelerate your company’s reliability knowledge and application of the best proven reliability assessment and development techniques?
Experienced leaders in the field of Reliability Engineering can provide an adaptive and cost effective solution to your reliability goals without adding additional headcount. We can be there guiding and coaching on the best techniques when you need us whether for a many hours a day or a few hours a week.
Benefits of Coaching and Mentoring
In addition to providing custom reliability education, FMS Reliability offers experienced coaching and mentoring to individuals and teams. Coaching and mentoring can increase the effectiveness of training by reinforcing the lessons learned as students look to apply their newly gained knowledge. Coaching is also useful for specific professional development needs, such as dealing more effectively with vendors and design teams.
Coaching can have a positive impact on your organization’s overall reliability program by helping management gain tools that enable them to calculate the value of reliability to the organization. Coaching can also help your company build a corporate culture that embraces reliability.
Overview
Implementing a reliability program within an organization or with a product design team has a myriad of choices. Building a plan, considering the most valuable next steps, and improving product reliability all at the same time can overwhelm even the best teams. Working with a experienced reliability professional as a coach provides a cost effective way to both get results and learn the finer points of reliability engineering and management.
Reliability coaching provide timely guidance and recommendations tailored to your situation. Learning that occurs just in time provide both immediate value and improved learning for the team. Also, a coach can help to keep the long term program improvements in mind as the daily priorities continue to demand attention. Additionally, our experience with working with many products, technologies and people will assist you to rapidly overcome the range of challenges a focus on reliability improve presents.
Benefits
    Accelerate your learning curve
    Get results from your reliability program
    Improve product reliability and improve customer satisfaction
    Create value with each reliability task
    Enable your organization to create reliable products
How we work with you
A common scenario is to meet and discuss the objectives of your reliability improvement initiative. Also to conduct a reliability assessment to determine your organizations capabilities and current practices. The visit also provides a chance to meet directly with the individuals that will receive the coaching (an individual or small team that are implementing the reliability program improvement).
We like to arrange for regular weekly one hour teleconference to discuss current status, next steps and to provide training and guidance. These meetings are discussions that steadily work to build confidence in the team and step towards achieving improved reliability with your products.
We can setup the coaching program to last any duration, and have found that 6 months is long enough to make significant improvement. Of course this is flexible and may work to map along with the product development cycle.
Coaches
Kirk-Gray-200x225Kirk Gray
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982.
 
Fred-200x225Fred Schenkelberg
Fred is a reliability engineering and management consultant with FMS Reliability, with areas of focus including reliability engineering management, training, and accelerated life testing. Fred is able to bring the experience of over 100 design and maintenance programs to your team.
He is spearheading the No MTBF movement and encourages you participation. Previously, he co-founded and built the HP corporate reliability program documenting over $100 million in savings. He is a lecturer with the University of Maryland teaching a graduate level course on reliability engineering management.
He earned a master of science degree in statistics at Stanford University in 1996.  He earned his bachelors degrees in Physics at the United State Military Academy in 1983.
Fred is an active volunteer with a few reliability focused professional organization and most proud of the ASQ Reliability Division Webinar program and the reliability calendar programs. He is an CRE and CQE.

Reliability Coaching from Trusted Advisors


Accelerating the Reliability Learning Curve


Do you need to accelerate your company’s reliability knowledge and application of the best proven reliability assessment and development techniques?

Experienced leaders in the field of Reliability Engineering can provide an adaptive and cost effective solution to your reliability goals without adding additional headcount. We can be there guiding and coaching on the best techniques when you need us whether for a many hours a day or a few hours a week.


Benefits of Coaching and Mentoring


In addition to providing custom reliability education, FMS Reliability offers experienced coaching and mentoring to individuals and teams. Coaching and mentoring can increase the effectiveness of training by reinforcing the lessons learned as students look to apply their newly gained knowledge. Coaching is also useful for specific professional development needs, such as dealing more effectively with vendors and design teams.

Coaching can have a positive impact on your organization’s overall reliability program by helping management gain tools that enable them to calculate the value of reliability to the organization. Coaching can also help your company build a corporate culture that embraces reliability.


Overview


Implementing a reliability program within an organization or with a product design team has a myriad of choices. Building a plan, considering the most valuable next steps, and improving product reliability all at the same time can overwhelm even the best teams. Working with a experienced reliability professional as a coach provides a cost effective way to both get results and learn the finer points of reliability engineering and management.

Reliability coaching provide timely guidance and recommendations tailored to your situation. Learning that occurs just in time provide both immediate value and improved learning for the team. Also, a coach can help to keep the long term program improvements in mind as the daily priorities continue to demand attention. Additionally, our experience with working with many products, technologies and people will assist you to rapidly overcome the range of challenges a focus on reliability improve presents.


Benefits


Accelerate your learning curve
Get results from your reliability program
Improve product reliability and improve customer satisfaction
Create value with each reliability task
Enable your organization to create reliable products


How we work with you


A common scenario is to meet and discuss the objectives of your reliability improvement initiative. Also to conduct a reliability assessment to determine your organizations capabilities and current practices. The visit also provides a chance to meet directly with the individuals that will receive the coaching (an individual or small team that are implementing the reliability program improvement).



We like to arrange for regular weekly one hour teleconference to discuss current status, next steps and to provide training and guidance. These meetings are discussions that steadily work to build confidence in the team and step towards achieving improved reliability with your products.



  • We listen to you and ask questions.
  • We review and comment on current and planned activities.
  • We encourage taking steps to build your knowledge and program.
  • We advise on best practices for you as a professional and for your reliability program.
  • We have experience and are willing to share that with you in the program.



You have a few options how to work with us. The three tiers are separated by communication method and scope.


Tier 1 Basic

Email communication about one product development project or one production line.

Tier 2 Advanced

Email and weekly 1 hour teleconference about one product development project or one production line.

Tier 3 Strategic

Email and weekly 2 hours of teleconference including up to five projects or production lines.



A site visit and program assessment is optional yet highly recommended for the Strategic option. If you want to make significant changes across your organization, enabling us to know your organizations goals, strengths, and weaknesses, permits us to focus and guide you and your team efficiently.


We can setup the coaching program to last any duration, and have found that 6 months is long enough to make significant improvement. Of course this is flexible and may work to map along with your product development cycle or business cycle.

Coaches

Kirk Gray

Kirk Gray
Coaches

Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.

In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.

Kirk has 15years s consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.

Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.

He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.

He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982

Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.

In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.

Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screeninghas present. Heed webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.

Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.

He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops on ASTR.

He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982

Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.

In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.

Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.

In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager at Storage

Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.

In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.

Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.

tesKirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982.
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982.
Kirk Gray has over 35 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing industry beginning in 1978 installing and servicing high vacuum semiconductor capital equipment.
In 1989 he was the ESS Process Engineering Manager  at Storage Technology in Colorado and worked and was mentored by their internal consultant Dr. Gregg K. Hobbs, the creator of the HALT and HASS methods. He continued working with Gregg at his newly formed HALT chamber company Qualmark in 1992.
Kirk has 12 years consulting in applied methods for accelerated stress testing. He created Accelerated Reliability Solutions in 2010 to guide and coach electronics manufacturers on accelerated reliability testing and screening. He has presented webinars, seminars and workshops on the theory and application of HALT and HASS processes to numerous companies worldwide.
Mr. Gray is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Senior Collaborator with the University of Maryland’s CALCE (Center for Advance Life Cycle Engineering) Consortium.
He is a charter member and past Chairman of the IEEE/CPMT Technical Committee on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability (ASTR) helping to organize the annual IEEE Workshops  on ASTR.
He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in1982.

  "The HALT seminar provided by Kirk Gray was one of the best investment that we have made; books and papers are excellent tools to learn these new concepts but nothing outperform having a person in house who actually has his hands on the product while at the same time explains in great detail concepts that one with a vast experience can only explain." - Juan J. Estevez, Product Assurance Engineer, Tyco Retail Solutions



"Kirk is truly a subject matter expert in the theory, implementation and application of HALT/HASS/HASA. His professionalism and dedication were outstanding. Kirk has a major impact on the reliability of Dell products through in-house and supplier application of these techniques" - Harold Melton, Quality Manager at Silicon Labs



"After [Kirk’s HALT to HASS] Webinar, which a dozen or so participated from Hayward, interest was renewed. Very soon after the Webinar with Kirk, Halt tests were conducted (and continuing to be conducted) with the inputs and test setup from the electronics Design group that participated in the Webinar. This was a positive change from previous experience with the electronics Design group as it relates to Halt testing and test setup." Mike Johnson, Reliability Engineer, Hayward Pool Products,

"I did find the [HALT and HASS+Workshop] seminar at CSZ really helpful. It was a great class and I would recommend it to others...I took away a lot to bring back to the company" 
Michael Atkins, Electrolux Home Products



Fred Schenkelberg
Fred Schenkelberg
Fred Schenkelberg

Fred is a reliability engineering and management consultant with FMS Reliability, with areas of focus including reliability engineering management, training, and accelerated life testing. Fred is able to bring the experience of over 100 design and maintenance programs to your team.

He is spearheading the No MTBF movement and encourages you participation. Previously, he co-founded and built the HP corporate reliability program documenting over $100 million in savings. He is a lecturer with the University of Maryland teaching a graduate level course on reliability engineering management.

He earned a master of science degree in statistics at Stanford University in 1996.  He earned his bachelors degrees in Physics at the United State Military Academy in 1983.

Fred is an active volunteer with a few reliability focused professional organization and most proud of the ASQ Reliability Division Webinar program and the reliability calendar programs. He is an CRE and CQE.
"It has been a great pleasure working with Fred. He has been a great asset to our team, with his technical expertise and people management skills. I have learned a lot from him about reliability program management and change management and highly recommend him for reliability engineering projects."
         -Yogita Karkhanis, Reliability Engineer, Pelco by Schneider Electric


"We hired Fred to perform a difficult analysis that the company had been unable to complete. His insight and talent allowed us to create a program that was instrumental in bringing our project to fruition." -William MetzgerMedical Device industry expert

Next Steps


Contact us to discuss getting started.


Kirk Gray – (512) 554-3111 or email

Fred Schenkelberg – (408) 710-8248 or email


We look forward to working with you and your team to make significant improvements in your reliability program and results.