Quality Control Reporting Dashboard for QC Managers
Stable processes and products
As a QC manager you contribute to stable and predictable processes and products.
We help QC managers to turn all data from laboratory and production into information and knowledge. This way your team gets valuable input to improve your products and processes.
With automatic off-spec and out-of-control alarms you will never miss a deviation again. This helps you to work together with your team on more stable products and processes, and your First Time Right score will increase.
Streamline Quality Control
How much time does your team spend on (mis)communication about measurement data and making reports and graphs?
We help QC managers to improve and streamline their QC processes, communication and reporting. Automatic (non-conformity) notifications, triggers, SPC and Quality Control reporting dashboard ensure that you and your colleagues always know what’s going on.
This way you streamline your Quality Control processes, make time-savings up to 20% on time and work together on a better quality.
SPC on the shop floor
Do you use Statistical Process Control in the daily monitoring of your processes? Are you satisfied with the tools you are currently using, or do you find them too complex?
We help QC managers to make SPC accessible on the shop floor. With clear overviews and intuitive tools and alarms that can be understood by everyone. That way you bring SPC to the shop floor.
This allows you to anticipate fluctuations in Quality more quickly. This way you work together with your team on more stable processes and products!
Take AlisQI for a test drive!
See how we can help you to save up to 20% time and reduce waste with 15%!
- 01 | Quality Control tour - Save paper, ditch Excel
- 02 | Document Management tour - Manuals your team loves
- 03 | QESH Management tour - Actionable insights
Three pillars of integrated Quality Management
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