EngineRoom provides you with automatic updates within the application, so the latest version is always available - and FREE. See below for an overview of recently released features and new functionality.
Your working draft can now be presentation-ready with these new enhanced features.
We're proud to introduce the new and improved Process Playground, an online discrete event simulation and process modeling tool, now available in EngineRoom.
Test before you invest with by creating a virtual prototype of your process and experiment with solutions, without the real-life cost.
Choose how you want your tools organized.
The default DMAIC menu organizes tools by phase of a DMAIC project. The new Standard menu organizes the EngineRoom toolbox by function, including Planning, Statistics, Lean Tools, and more.
Go to the User menu in the upper-right corner of EngineRoom to change your menu type. Same tools, new format.
EngineRoom helps you get it right the first time. When you upload your data, empty data cells will be highlighted in red. You can also have EngineRoom check for numeric outlier values and inconsistencies in data type (numeric, text, or date). Identify potential issues early and proceed with confidence.
EngineRoom just got smarter! Guided mode is now available for charts, graphs, and statistical tools. Now, even if you haven't used a particular tool for a long time, you can proceed efficiently and confidently. We'll lead you through step-by-step from entering the right data to making sure you've considered the available options.
Develop a plan to keep stakeholders actively engaged to ensure projects are successful and the changes are sustained. This template guides you to identify both internal and external stakeholders and then to create a communications plan for the project's duration.
Take a look at the new landing page that provides a master view of your project work. It's a more visual way to display your project list and provides quicker, more visible access to your studies. There is also a new section for announcements, reminders, and helpful information.
See how to capture possible root causes and then easily print, export, and share your brainstorming with EngineRoom's updated fishbone diagram. (Also called Ishikawa or Cause & Effect Diagram.)
Take a look at the updates to EngineRoom's Hypothesis Testing Wizard. It streamlines the basic steps to help you setup and run tests with confidence, whether it's your first hypothesis test or you're a frequent user.