Do any of the challenges below sound familiar? A digital quality management system (QMS) can help you overcome all of them.
Paperwork can be overwhelming and costly to your business. It takes up space and consumes resources. Digital documents eliminate those stacks of folders and boxes, and makes the data sharable and easy to organize and analyze.
Routing folders and waiting for signatures leads to delays and extensive operational costs. Using a QMS solves this through automatic routing, digital signatures, streamlined workflows and much more.
Preparing for audits is a difficult task that requires keeping accurate records and assembling extensive histories. Using a QMS streamlines this process by automatically building paper trails and document history.
CAPAs, deviations, and other quality events can slow down production and use valuable time and resources. A QMS can automate these tasks and keep audit-ready records which saves time and money.
Your QMS is the backbone of your quality management program. Here are the features your QMS should have to effectively manage quality events and processes.
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