Quality Management Feature | Quality Assurance

quality management featureThe System100 Quality Management feature is an online process control system assuring “quality”. 

System100 quality management feature supports creating and editing Quality Assurance Checklists for all key processes. Users will submit these QA Checklists directly to assigned administrators, i.e. a Quality Manager, QA Engineer, Production Manager or Service Manager. In addition, all submitted digital QA Checklists are archived in System100’s database supporting multiple types of reports.

What are Quality Assurance Checklists? Simply put, they consist of a series of specific prompts for action assuring correct performance for all business processes.

Small Manufacturing Companies and Job Shops value the fact that our quality assurance checklists link directly to Jobs, Projects and Services in-progress. As a result, Quality Managers and Production Managers access and control quality management documentation with ease.

Another key point is, those preferring hard-copies of QA Checklists, simply print and distribute. To clarify, users can fill out checklists and return to their respective supervisor or designated location i.e. a Job Jacket.

No Quality Management Feature? | No Quality Guarantee!

Production and service errors cost companies thousands of dollars in waste when Quality Management is NOT a part of standard operations.

Consequently, poor “quality” can be the difference between failure and success, especially in poor economic times.

Quality Assurance Checklists are crucial to any company that promises quality and service. To clarify, you may not be a manufacturer, but every company and organization has a product it is selling or promoting. As a result, a product may be a service, but without a Quality Management System, you CANNOT GUARANTEE your quality of service. In fact, quality should be the hallmark of Business Process Management.

Quality Control and Quality Assurance Difference

Quality Control is for controlling the quality of a product and Quality Assurance is the control of a process. However, many people do use the terms for both applications. In short, know that these systems work and they save a lot of frustration.

Other Elements
• Searchable by Assigned Number
• Keyword Searchable

Reports for a Given Period
• Job No.and also Job Ticket No.
• By Employee who submits QC Checklist
• By Types of QC Checklist