a system through which a business seeks to ensure that product quality is maintained or improved and manufacturing errors are reduced or eliminated.
Quality control requires the business to create an environment in which both management and employees strive for perfection. This is done by training personnel, creating benchmarks for product quality, and testing products to check for statistically significant variations.
iContro ERP systems have became one of the most powerful tools for quality control management. The key characteristics of quality control management include customer-driven quality, top management leadership and commitment, continuous improvement, fast response, actions based on facts, employee participation and a quality management culture.
A main aspect of quality control is the establishment of precise controls. These controls help standardize both production and reactions to quality issues. Limiting room for error by specifying which production activities are to be completed by which personnel reduces the chance that employees will be involved in tasks for which they do not have adequate training.
Quality Control was built to accommodate your workflow. Administrators set the parameters and timelines for the approval of reports, and values that fall out of stock are automatically rejected.
Quality Control allows those assigned to a project access to the related forms. Permissions can be turned on and off by the administrator.
All important job information listed at the top of standard field documents will be automatically populated and cannot be change.
The admin can review all submitted forms and check for missing or incorrect information prior to final signature approval or data housing.
Easily check the status of reports from the dashboard. Color-coded status indicators quickly show which reports are drafts, submitted, approved or rejected .Users can also filter reports based on a specific person or job for easy navigation.