In Deacom's ERP software, quality control checkpoints can span the entire product lifecycle, from formulation through shipment. QC tests are often incorporated into business processes at times when:
The purpose for manufacturing quality control is dependent on your specific industry and the market your business serves.
In the chemical industry for example, quality controls may dictate things such as the acidity, solubility, or specific gravity of your product. Whereas in the food industry, QC procedures may also include testing for biological pathogens to ensure your products do not make people sick.
The types of QC testing may be very different from industry to industry, but the procedures for managing and recording them, as well as the timing of when to perform them, are very similar. Benefits of having quality control systems as part of your manufacturing ERP can include:
Process control in manufacturing requires that your warehouse management system, quality control software, and document generation are all operating within the same platform. With these types of functions native to the core ERP system, manufacturers have the opportunity to eliminate the risk of bypassing steps in their processes.
In other words, the software encompasses all the functionality needed to run their business - quality control management being one of them. QC features within the software enable users to:
Talk to us about the needs you have for proper quality control management and see if Deacom is the right fit for your manufacturing business.