Our systems allow you to specify the materials, process and quality checking requirements for serialised high value manufactured items. The process stages and the information and checks that need to be done at each stage in order to meet stringent quality controls can be specified. The actual measures achieved from testing and other monitoring can be recorded directly into the management system.
Serialised items can be created individually and given a unique ID that can be used for labels and throughout its life. The unique item can then be tracked through each process stage and through inventory. This enables details to be recorded on the serialised item at any point and used for reporting, certification and process control.
Processes can be identified and quality measures established at multiple levels of specifications. Against these measures, data can be entered directly from the shop floor and warehousing systems.
Validating Quality Standards
Quality standards can be validated directly from data collection processes either with data entered from the back office or directly "at the coal face". Each measure can be established with the target and tolerance specified. Actions to be taken, if the quality standard is not met can be established.
Once data has been entered it appears in dashboard with the ability to be interrogated at a detailed level. The information can be used to control the progress and status of the job in real time.
Any non-conforming events can be raised, details added and managed through to resolution.
Any type of event can be raised. The system is delivered out-of-the box with a number of standard incident or event types:
Auditing and Checking
Our solutions provide sophisticated auditing and checking systems. Any check or audit can be established and controlled at the level required. It may involve simple control at the audit activity level, or at each stage the audit needs to track through.
If a stage of audit is allocated to an individual, the security settings can be established to allow only them, and those directly responsible for them, to see the checks and related data entered.