Garret Gray is a dynamic consultant that promotes change resiliency and lean processing. Utilizing Six Sigma principles, industry experience and knowledge, Garret customizes processes that fit targeted organizations within unique markets.
Garret has a proven track record in designing and implementing quality improvement initiatives that both increase quality for the customer and cut cost for the organization. The core guiding principles for Garret are to assure all processes in a given organization are value added, lean and allow for “operating transparency”. Next Gear Consulting was launched by Garret and has allowed him to work with hundreds of restoration contractors in the United States and Canada to increase sales, profits and communications utilizing creative marketing tactics and developing uses for the latest technology.
Garret is an industry leader in technology development, process development, image transformation, marketing campaign development, quality improvement and process development and is fully capable of streamlining operations and increasing profit for any restoration contractor that follows his guidelines.
Six Sigma is a business management strategy, originally developed by Motorola that today enjoys wide-spread application in many sectors of industry. Six Sigma seeks to identify and remove the causes of defects and errors in manufacturing and business processes. Garret has been the leading force in bringing Six Sigma to the restoration industry, by tailoring the principles and tools that made industry giants Motorola, Toyota and GE so successful, and making them fit the restoration industry.
Garret’s focus is on technology based lean solutions that both increase efficiency and effectiveness. This technology will also have significant marketing benefits that will attract clients to your organization.