WHY GENSUITE FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
Why do businesses need Quality Management software (QMS)? Having an established quality management system can help ensure that your company is delivering the best product possible, upholding customer expectations, establishing a proper corrective and preventative action process (CAPA system) and meeting industry standards. Discover Gensuite’s all-encompassing Quality Management software solution!
Ensuring top quality products and services requires businesses to invest time, money, and energy in improvements such as establishing new production processes, training employees, and audits. Although that outlay may be significant, the cost of poor quality products and services can be much higher. When quality suffers, organizations waste money on discarded materials, reworked products, handling product returns or recalls — and that’s not even counting the loss of customers and PR fallout. To prevent these kinds of losses, leading companies are turning to sophisticated QMS. This type of technology allows organizations to meet their quality program expectations as well as conform to certification systems and high customer standards.
EHS MEET QMS
Those tasked with managing a company’s environmental and sustainability efforts know they cannot operate in a vacuum: while they must, on the one hand, ensure that the company adheres to strict environmental, health and safety (EHS) expectations, they also understand that the quality of the company’s products and services must remain high. Many are also coming to understand that, just as EHS software systems can simplify a company’s overall sustainability management, so can quality management systems (QMS) software help a company meet its quality program expectations. The two types of software dovetail nicely because QMS and EHS functions overlap in so many areas. For example, both quality programs and EHS programs must take into consideration elements such as audits and compliance, risk assessments, document control, employee training, etc. Additionally, the goals of each program are often aligned: improving a production process, for example, can lead to a better product while also reducing waste. And achieving certifications such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OHSAS 18001 can benefit both quality and EHS programs. Fortunately for the environmental manager, EHS and QMS software can be used together to manage and improve both environmental and quality programs in a way that supports and enhances each other, further streamlining overall sustainability management. And the IT needs for the two are similar, making it a relatively simple task to integrate both types of software.
Gensuite Quality Management Software enables teams to meet program expectations and conform to certifications and customer standards. Our suite of applications streamlines key quality programs including auditing, integrated tracking and trending of nonconformance and your CAPA process, identification of continuous improvement opportunities, and document control.
FEATURES OF GENSUITE QUALITY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
Plan, publish, and measure facilities to established organizational quality program expectations with appropriate follow-up and responsibility tracking
Measure quality compliance with evolving industry standards and program expectations (e.g., ISO 9001, AS9100, GMP, TS)
Engage staff in key quality program activities e.g., compliance tasks, auditing, issue identification, CA/PA, etc. and notify through automated alerts and reminders
Develop and schedule customized inspections to ensure processes and services remain in compliance
Record observed defects via mobile and online reporting; track and manage the RCA activities surrounding defect resolution
Report and analyze data and key performance indicators including ‘Cost of Quality’ by site or across the company through flexible and customizable reporting and data analytics capabilities
Report quality issues and perform inspection using Mobile devices with the Gensuite Mobile app for Apple, Android, Amazon and Windows devices