JANESVILLE, WI (March 2015) – As part of its continuing efforts toward greater efficiency, Data Dimensions is excited to announce the creation of a Process Improvement unit. This new business unit will centralize and build upon current process improvement applications by devoting specific resources to the company’s efforts to reduce costs while increasing quality.
The unit will be led by Brian Kvapil, who joined Data Dimensions on Feb. 16. Kvapil is a Six Sigma Black Belt who brings significant experience in process improvement, including three years of Six Sigma work at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison, WI.
His immediate focus at Data Dimensions will be to drive improvements and create efficiencies with the company’s Veterans Administration project. In the long term, Kvapil will play a key role in changing how Data Dimensions does business, and make process improvement a vital part of the company’s culture.
“I’m very excited to welcome Brian to Data Dimensions to lead our efforts in process improvement,” says Jon Boumstein, President and CEO. “In the past, process improvement was everyone’s responsibility at Data Dimensions. Now we are taking steps to focus specific resources in that area, and Brian will help us achieve our goals in this aspect of our business.”