MKS Announces Release Of Umetrics™ Easy Analytics

ANDOVER, Mass., Nov. 15, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MKS Instruments, Inc. (NASDAQ:MKSI), a global provider of technologies that enable advanced processes and improve productivity, today announced the release of Easy Analytics, part of the Umetrics Suite of Data Analytics Solutions. 

Easy Analytics is an easy to use, stand-alone, solution that imports, organizes and analyzes process and quality data. Easy Analytics has been designed for simplicity of use and clarity of results which can help users to analyze and process their data without being a data scientist or expert. In one click, users can import data to standardized or customized reports of quality and process status. By reducing the number of clicks required Easy Analytics minimizes the risk of errors and facilitates process status communication.

In addition to the standard functionality of Easy Analytics, a toolbox containing Western electric rules and Capability analysis will also be released. The toolbox enables excellent data visualization and deviation quantification, and makes it possible for the process engineer and development scientist to see situations in data that don't behave as expected. Easy Analytics can be directly connected to SIMCA ® Multivariate Data Analysis Solution, for a deeper analysis of identified issues.

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About MKS Data Analytics SolutionsMKS Data Analytics Solutions are leading data analytics experts with multiple applications in high-tech industries worldwide. We enable customers at both the individual and enterprise levels to maximize the value of their data, enabling better decision-making and process excellence. To learn more about how MKS Data Analytics Solutions can help you grow your business please visit

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