Digitizing your quality management and production management improves workflow efficiency, decreases costs, increases visibility, and reduces business risk. However, choosing the right quality and production management solution might be challenging given the high number of different automated workflow systems on the market.
The following 5 important considerations assist you in choosing the right workflow solution for your business.
Make sure that the quality management solution is modular and can be flexibly tailored to your specific business needs. It should be able to cover all your processes, include your SOPs and other relevant quality documents and generate tailored reports. Moreover, the system should support integration with other software, such as ERP.
Each industry and business has specific needs that the quality management system should cover. For example, if you are looking for complete traceability of your products or need to record bills of materials thereof, make sure that the solution includes these features.
Verify that the solution complies with all relevant legislations and standards that apply to your business so that it can assist you in ensuring ongoing regulatory compliance.
Check whether the provider of the quality management solution offers implementation support, which can be extremely helpful to gain clarity on your workflow processes, for instance.
For food, beverage as well as pharmaceutical manufactures, it can be helpful if the solution can be integrated with automated environmental monitoring, such as temperature, humidity or pressure monitoring.
Considering these 5 important factors may assist you in shortlisting the most valuable and effective quality management solutions for your business.
New Zealand will move from COVID-19 Alert Level 3 to Alert level 2 on Wednesday 13th May, at 11.59 am. NZ government have released guidelines for all industries to operate under level 2 COVID-19 alert.
Covid-19 vaccinations started to roll out beginning of December with the United Kingdom being the first country administering a Covid-19 vaccine after national regulators had given emergency authorisation, followed by countries such as the United States of America and Canada.