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Cadence Inc. to host JMU quality management summer course

cadenceJames Madison University students enrolled in the Quality Management course this summer will receive first-hand industrial experience with their class being held at Cadence’s Virginia facility over the next four weeks.  Students will examine the industrial work cell, as well as value stream mapping, line sequencing, and economic order quantity calculations — all in an effort to help optimize the industrial work cell flow project.

“This is a terrific opportunity for these students,” stated Tom Nelli, VP of Manufacturing for Cadence’s Virginia facility. “They will walk away with a better understanding of work cell management by experiencing it first-hand with actual scenarios in our facility, combined with getting to work directly with Cadence’s engineering and operations staff.”

This course at JMU is another great way for Cadence, Inc. to give back to its community and plans to continue to do so in the future.

About Cadence, Inc. – Cadence imagines things others cannot, builds things others will not and delivers outcomes that simply make the world work better. We bring together people and solutions in ways no other company can. Hand to hand with our customers, employees, and shareholders, we are inventing new things using science and innovation to make an impact that matters. Cadence employs nearly 500 people worldwide with headquarters in Staunton, VA and other locations in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, and the Dominican Republic.



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