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Quality Objectives

  • Improving Customer Satisfaction
  • Continual up-gradation in Product Range by R&D Activity.
  • Reduction In Internal / External Rejection

Manage formulas better

  • Move beyond manual records and spreadsheets.
  • Integrate development directly with batch and formula management, inventory information, procurement, and production planning.
  • Automatically adjust formulas based on raw material characteristics.
  • Monitor yields by standards identified in the formula.
  • Track product-specific materials characteristics, such as potency, shelf life, catch weight, classifications, lots, and units of measure.

Track production, quality, and compliance

  • Implement full traceability with integrated information, comprehensive lot and production monitoring, and end-to-end transparency.
  • Support fast, proactive, and informed responses to quality variations or unexpected conditions.
  • Streamline Quality Assurance Control (QAC) processes for monitoring, testing, quarantine, and product downgrading, while supporting effective recall procedures.
  • Easily provide compliance documentation.

Connect and automate for greater efficiency

  • Connect internal systems and extend key information to your customers and suppliers.
  • Automate business and production processes, speed transactions, and gain insight for operational improvements.
  • Efficiently schedule production, define routings, and plan for co-products or by-products.
  • Capitalize on new opportunities as they arise by modeling production capabilities and providing accurate capacity planning and associated production costing.

Give people the information they need to succeed

  • Deliver a single, real-time view of data from multiple facilities and departments.
  • Provide centralized access to reliable, role-based information across your business.
  • Improve collaboration between internal research, production, sales teams, and external associates.
  • Control inventory with real-time insight into production schedules, capacity, shop floor activities, and production costs.