Meirc Training & Consulting is the oldest and most trusted training firm in the region. Since 1958, we have been relied upon by our clients, small and large, private and public, to develop their human capital in a range of management and technical fields, using an ever-expanding portfolio of products and services. Our innovative and diversified training courses and consulting services are designed and delivered by subject matter experts who are competent in providing solutions relevant to this region and applicable to today’s business challenges.
We pride ourselves on our track record and on our long-standing relationships with our clients, many of whom have been with us since we started business.
In 1972, three Penn State professors created Minitab Statistical Software to more easily teach their students statistics. The application performed the calculations, and allowed students to focus on learning the concepts and what they can reveal about the world. The software was rapidly adopted by other schools and revolutionized the way people teach and conduct data analysis.
Today, Minitab continues to facilitate discovery and transformation. Thousands of businesses use Minitab Statistical Software, Companion, and Quality Trainer to uncover flaws in their processes and improve them. And educators in more than 4,000 colleges and universities use Minitab Statistical Software to teach their students the power of data analysis.
Minitab is also widely known for providing the industry’s best customer service, including outstanding training and unlimited technical support.
The Quality Management Division (QMD) of ASQ was established in May of 1953. As the largest of the ASQ’s 22 divisions, the 70 member leadership team volunteers countless hours to assure that the division provides value to its 22,000 members. The challenges, as identified in the current Future of Quality Study, which identifies global topics concerning today’s Quality professionals, consist of issues such as global responsibility, consumer awareness, globalization, the increasing rate of change, the workforce of the future, aging populations, a holistic view of 21st century Quality, and innovation. These issues and many others are addressed by QMD technical committees and subject matter experts. The support of its network of volunteers, beyond those who are in leadership positions, establishes QMD as the critical information source for Quality.