Thank you and nice meeting everyone.
I know of Infinity IQS - but only because they've sponsored some of our events. But..I'm not a user, so I can't give you a review ;)
There are a couple of other discussion on SPC in general
Let me know if we can help you further
PS - you should upload a picture, people respond better - have a great day
Here's their website: https://argolytics.com/
Note: This is not a recommendation or endorsement of the company or their software.
I have had some good experience with Minitab (NB: this is not a recommendation or endorsement of the company or their software), please, check this out here: https://www.minitab.com/
As the versions of the program evolved, I have noticed some improvement in, let me say, user friendliness and informed navigation between the variety of statistical tools available in their package.
I have implemented and used InfinityQS (IQS) SPC from roughly 2003 through 2014 when I was a Sr QE at a major Pharma/Medical Device manufacturer in PA. I was also instrumental in starting a IQS international User Support Group in conjunction with IQS. I was the Co-Chair of the Board 1st year and 2nd year the Chair of the Board. I have not worked with it since but know companies (including my old company) still uses it. I also evaluated quite a few SPC systems prior to going with this vendor, personally performed a quality audit of IQS in Chantilley, VA USA. We also were using Minitab and our parent company wanted Minitab as the standard. Through my team's evaluation, I had to present to the parent company (Nestle) why this vendor application was far superior to Minitab (which was not fun),,, This SPC system is used in so many diverse industries globally, know this through the international user group sessions each year. At my current employer we do not use this, we are on a platform called Discoverant and in the midst of a new project going a bit beyond SPC to incorporate predictive analysis to eventually control the processes. This will also incorporate AI/Machine Learning over time. Not sure if WinSPC is still around, but I found so many holes in it from a regulatory perspective, it was not good. Please realize that many years have passed since my initial evaluation so my opinion should be taken as such.
Curt Gendler, CSQE/PMP