Quality Management in Production Is a Competitive Advantage
Seamless quality management has long been an integral part of production. To meet the constantly increasing customer and supplier requirements, this system not only has to cover the actual production process, but also all company processes in their entirety. From order creation through to production, storage, and delivery. This requires the integration of different groups of employees and extremely heterogeneous workplaces and processes.
Processes and Transparency
The ConSense software solutions let you easily and clearly document the entire value chain in your company and transparently structure all business processes. Every employee always has access to the updated information that they need for their activities.
Documents and Responsibilities
The software also provides options that adapt to the specific work situation in the production environment, in which, for example, not every employee has unrestricted access to a computer. Interfaces are optimized, documents (such as work instructions, standard operating procedures, production orders, or forms) and responsibilities are assigned to the relevant process steps. This facilitates the implementation of systematic quality controls.
Design Drawings and Test Plans
For example, design drawings can be stored in the system, which are then used to automatically prepare test plans. The continuous evaluation of the test results by the software is the basis for quality improvements and process optimizations.
Quality Management and Compliance
Quality management also needs to meet strict, in some cases international, compliance requirements. In particular, documents that relate to production are often extremely sensitive. They are subject to specific security requirements or storage regulations. ConSense software enables the audit-proof and traceable integration of these documents.
Suppliers and Customers
ConSense solutions also help you structure relationships with suppliers and customers more profitably. You can respond to customer inquiries on the order status and delivery times more quickly, and optimize compliance with promised delivery dates. Suppliers can be integrated into the administration of catalog information and delivery details