History

Science Management Corporation International has been founded in 1934 by Josheph H. Quick, the instigator of the method Workfactor. Workfactor is an instrument to determine standard times within work processes. About the middle of forties this method has been broadly implemented in the American and Japanese industry. Still today Workfactor is the standard in all production companies of Philips.

Europe

In 1958 the First European office has been opened in Paris, followed by offices in Germany, England, Spain Belgian, Italy, Netherlands and Russia.

Netherlands

Science Management Corporation International has their first project in the Netherlands in 1983. The clientele of Science Management Corporation International expands rapidly. In 1992 reason for SMCI to establish a Dutch office in Ridderkerk. Medium-sized and large (inter-)national companies have used the knowledge and expertise of SMCI for a broad range of projects. Processes will be optimized using a set of standards completely developed by SMCI. Science Management Corporation International has an innovative approach related to Maintenance, lean manufacturing, SMED, 5S workplace organization and supply chain management. After each project of Science Management Corporation International the employees of the clients are able to continuously improve and optimize their own processes.