Fast Quality Software Features
- Quality Plan
A quality plan is a document, or several documents, that together specify quality standards, practices, resources, specifications, and the sequence of activities relevant to a particular product, service, project, or contract.
- Incoming Inspection
The purpose of the incoming inspection is to identify potentially non-conforming parts, prior to placing the material in the inventory or moving it to the production flow. All parts and materials subject to receiving inspection are examined in accordance with customer purchase order requirements, drawings and standards, among others.
- Line Inspection
Quality Line Real-Time Manufacturing Analytics system automatically integrates, collects and analyzes tests, machines and sensors data from every corner of your manufacturing line and visualize it in interactive analytics dashboards.
- Process Inspection
The process should have entry criteria that determine if the inspection process is ready to begin.The stages in the inspections process are: Planning, Overview meeting, Preparation, Inspection meeting, Rework and Follow-up.
- Gauge Calibration
Gauge calibration helps ensure you have the accurate readings needed to meet quality, safety, and compliance standards and regulations – errors and inaccuracies may have costly consequences.
- Final Inspection.
Final Inspection module transforms the quality assurance process to improve product quality, reduce risk and deliver better products.
- FMEA , PPAP, APQP.
Failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) is a step-by-step approach for identifying all possible failures in a design, a manufacturing or assembly process, or a product or service. “Failure modes” means the ways, or modes, in which something might fail.
The Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) is a standardized process in the automotive and aerospace industries that helps manufacturers and suppliers communicate and approve production designs and processes before, during, and after manufacture
APQP Consists of 5 Phase.
- Plan and Define Program.
- Product Design and Development Verification.
- Process Design and Development Verification.
- Product and Process Validation and Production Feedback.
- Launch, Assessment & Corrective Action.
Measurement system analysis (MSA) is an experimental and mathematical method of determining how much the variation within the measurement process contributes to overall process variability. There are five parameters to investigate in an MSA: bias, linearity, stability, repeatability and reproducibility
- CAPA Management.
CAPA consists of improvements to an organization’s processes taken to eliminate causes of non-conformities or other undesirable situations.
- Supplier Quality
Supplier quality is a supplier’s ability to deliver goods or services that will satisfy customers’ needs. Supplier quality management is defined the system in which supplier quality is managed by using a proactive and collaborative approach.