DALLAS, Texas — SigmaFlow, a leading provider of Best Practice Execution Software, today announced that The United States Internal Revenue Service’s Wage & Investment Division has selected SigmaFlow’s Project Portfolio Management Solution for Lean Six Sigma.
“After evaluating prospective Project Portfolio Management Solutions we determined that SigmaFlow best met our needs,” said Craig Johnson, Quality Assurance Chief for the IRS Wage & Investment Division. “We’re looking forward to using SigmaFlow’s web and desktop solutions to manage our projects and give our executives timely project status visibility.”
The SigmaFlow Best Practice Execution System enables consistent execution of proven methodologies by providing team members with a project specific workspace that links workflow-blended learning modules, tools and document management to each task. The project workspace synchronizes with a web-based portfolio repository for enterprise knowledge sharing and reporting. The end result is shorter project cycle times, higher quality, and improved communications and knowledge transfer.
Jay Holstine, President and CEO of SigmaFlow, said, “We are pleased with the opportunity to work with the Internal Revenue Service in improving and managing their Lean Six Sigma projects.”
About The Internal Revenue Service
The Internal Revenue Service is the nation’s tax collection agency and administers the Internal Revenue Code enacted by Congress. IRS provides America’s taxpayers top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and by applying the tax law with integrity and fairness to all.
SigmaFlow’s Best Practice Execution System enables consistent execution of proven methodologies. A few of the common applications include Lean Six Sigma continuous improvement, Compliance, Safety, Stage-Gate Product Development, Quality Certification and Mergers & Acquisition.
Thousands of process and project management professionals at diverse major organizations such as Albertsons, ConocoPhillips, EDS, First Data Corporation, Merrill Lynch, Pratt & Whitney, The World Bank, Tyco International and Valspar are improving results from SigmaFlow’s software every day.
More information can be found at SigmaFlow’s website at www.sigmaflow.com.
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