Good manufacturing practice (GMP) rules require complete and accurate documentation. The discrepant material report (DMR) records all occurrences of nonconforming materials. The report is a crucial document for manufacturers. MasterControl can help manage DMRs and related documentation. Quickly identify, investigate, and resolve discrepant materials.
A discrepant material report, or DMR, is used to report nonconforming material. It indicates that a manufacturer should perform a corrective action preventive action (CAPA) to resolve the situation. The report is useful for launching deviations and submitting supplier corrective action requests (SCARs). Typically, the DMR will describe the material, the discrepancy, an investigation of the cause, and a disposition.
Identifying and resolving material discrepancies requires visibility. MasterControl’s integrated manufacturing and quality solutions provide a more complete view.
Automate and document quality manufacturing processes like deviations, nonconformances, CAPAs, and SCARs. This increases the speed and accuracy of discrepant materials inspection and resolution processes.
Digitize data management, including quality event data tracking. This makes it possible to collect accurate, comprehensive, and up-to-date data.
People working in different areas have access to information they need. Quality assurance, manufacturing, and supply chain management can easily review, update, and approve tasks simultaneously.
MasterControl offers immediate access to the most relevant, up-to-date data. With the analytics and reporting capabilities, you can make data-driven decisions.
Integrate with any resource and production planning software. Fill gaps in manufacturing execution systems (MES), manufacturing operations management (MOM) systems, and paper-based processes. Your organization can also benefit from more predictive analytics and more effective planning.
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