live webinar

How to increase added value of Quality Management System in Battery Industry

June 25, 2024 at 05:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time


Battery Quality

Achieving the required quality in any battery manufacturing endeavor – making cells, modules or packs – hinges on your digital manufacturing choices. Two primary factors have created this challenging environment. First is the growth in demand as electrification takes hold in multiple industries, especially automotive. Your production ecosystem must be capable of scaling rapidly while achieving high quality at low cost. Second is the complex and rapidly evolving landscape for battery product design and manufacture, which requires continual product and process innovation.

Please join us as we discuss the added value of a Quality Management System:

  • Continuous improvement and innovation
  • Break the silos and boost collaboration
  • Rely on best practices and lessons learned
  • Zero defect strategy resulting in significant savings
  • Meet standards and safeguard compliance
  • Market position and competitive edge
  • Fast time to market
  • Reduction of manual and error-prone workflows

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Bill Hicock

Portfolio Development Executive

Bill Hicock boasts a distinguished career in marketing enterprise-wide solutions to a myriad of global industries. Currently serving as a Portfolio Development Executive at Siemens, Bill’s expertise during his twelve years at Siemens has been focused on the many facets of Quality Management. Prior to joining Siemens, Bill served as the President of the Americas for the Australian based injection molding quality analysis company, Moldflow. He also worked in various roles at General Electric and Hewlett Packard.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Bill Jensen

Partner Sales Executive – Automotive & Transportation, Battery

Bill Jensen brings a decade of experience working with automotive companies to help implement enterprise PLM systems at both an OEM and supplier level. In his role at Parther Sales Execuitve for Automotive and Transportation Bill is responsible for the industry sales for our Mid-market customers. Bill engages with our partners to help bring the entire SIMENS portfolio to our SMB segment.