Control quality from the factory floor to the back office
Aging, inflexible software developed in the ‘90s hampers your ability to comply with the latest ISO standards, take advantage of modern technology, and adapt process changes that help you retain a competitive edge. Moreover, the disconnect that occurs when your quality systems are separate from your operational systems results in even greater inefficiencies and missed opportunities.
By combining key quality and operational processes in the same system, you create a single closed-loop feedback mechanism for identifying and resolving bottlenecks. And by adopting a flexible, iterative approach you can start small and cost effectively, and expand to additional processes as you gain confidence in your business case.
Whether you’re filling one or two process gaps in your existing QMS, or implementing a soup-to-nuts system from scratch, an iterative, module-based rollout strategy guarantees project success — and user-friendly features like a familiar interface and drag-and-drop reporting guarantee user engagement.
Computer based procedures
Extending QMS functions into a mobile procedures environment means that line workers and supervisors can collect quality data at the same time as they execute their normal work — and by reducing procedure adherence and other human performance errors, your solution does more than help you understand your quality gaps: it helps fix them too.
No per-user pricing
Most QMS software vendors charge by the user, which gets prohibitively expensive when you try to incorporate workers, contractors, suppliers, and other stakeholders into your processes. Usage-based pricing removes that limitation, and ensures you only pay according to the value you receive from the system.