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Benefits of Timer Pro Webinar

May 10 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am


Presented by Haleh Byrne, Product Lead – Industrial Engineering, Systems & Student Projects, NC State University Industry Expansion Solutions (IES)

This webinar is for any manufacturers that want to find ways to improve their manufacturing processes using traditional Industrial Engineering methods through Timer Pro and student manpower. Any other companies that want to find ways to improve their processes using traditional Industrial Engineering methods through Timer Pro and student manpower.

This webinar will provide participants with insight on utilizing NCSU engineering student projects for efficiency, quality and continuous improvement projects with Timer Pro. Student projects are a win-win way to participate in robust projects that will lead to huge benefits for the company and the students. These types of projects are also a quick way to finally get the resources and results that companies need, but may not have access to internally.

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Haleh Byrne is the product lead for industrial engineering and student projects at NC State’s Industry Expansion Solutions (IES). She leads a wide spectrum of industrial engineering services and projects. She engages NC State students as part of her project teams in the areas of productivity and quality improvements, costing, facilities layout, process and training documentation, ergonomics assessments and scheduling, as well as client-customized projects. She also provides Lean, statistical process control, measurement systems analysis and work measurement training in conjunction with Timer Pro (video analysis software) workshops as well as related implementation events. Haleh manages student projects which provide services for clients. With over 100 projects, involving 500+ students in the past decade, clients have reported strong impacts in flexible duration and diverse engineering disciplines. Haleh has more than 20 years of experience in multiple industries as an industrial/product/quality engineer. She worked at Flextronics in Youngsville as a product engineer. Her prior work history includes being an industrial engineer at the U.S. Postal Service in Los Angeles, an industrial/quality engineer at General Motors, an industrial engineer at Monsanto Electronic Materials in St. Louis and an industrial/quality engineer Buehler Products in Cary. Haleh obtained her B.S. in industrial engineering from NC State. She is an ASQ certified quality engineer and is SME bronze Lean certified. She also has extensive training and experience in statistical engineering as well as project management. Haleh is currently the IIE Raleigh Chapter President and Lean Division Board Director at Institute of Industrial Engineers. She served as education chair for ASQ Raleigh Chapter from 2009-2012 and has presented at many professional conferences.


May 10
9:00 am - 10:00 am
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