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May 25 | Posted By

Automating Document Control


Document control is considered one of the most widely used quality management system applications, regardless of your industry. It’s a solution that requires much less work from you, while also reducing costs and freeing up your employees to attend to more critical tasks. This technology ensures that your documents are always up to date and controlled, and allows you automatically route them from appraisal to consent to circulation. The QMS document control solution automates routine tasks whilst making necessary interaction with the system efficient and user-friendly. With automated workflow, your daily business activities will not only be faster, more precise, and more organized, but also more visible due to integration with other quality processes. Some of the capabilities provided by document control automation include: Simple…

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May 20Posted By

How Quality Management Software can...

Improving brand recognition and the organizations bottom line is always on the forefront of any business owner’s mind. On the surface, businesses are able to build their brands through media penetration and online efforts such as delivery of great content and search engine rankings to influence their market share. But at the core of the business are more serious operations involving making key decisions in manufacturing, inventory, and employee management, among others that help to boost overall profits. Employing quality management software can be a pivotal…

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May 11Posted By

Saving Downtime Costs with Preventative...

There are several different types of maintenance plans, and using the right one can save your business in both cost and downtime, thereby improving efficiency and keeping your operations running smoothly. When a machine comes offline, whether it is a mechanical and electrical system such as a computer room air conditioner, generator, uninterpretable power supply (UPS) or machinery in an assembly or power plant, it can lead to slowed operations and expensive repair costs. Preventive maintenance involves on-going effort, but when carried out correctly, it can…

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May 5Posted By

Tired of Your Manual Inspection

Regular inspections are compulsory for most manufacturing, processing, and service companies in order to ensure that the processes are compliant with industry and legal standards, and that safety codes are met. Large facilities typically have multiple inspection requirements. Employing a paper-based system not only slows down the process, but also creates room for error. Manufacturers, in specific, lose a lot of money each year on defect-driven warranty claims. Fragmented supply chains and time-to-market pressures add anxiety to the already intricate process of producing motor vehicle, prosthetics,…

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