Why do you need a Quality control Module in ERP ?

In this blog let’s see about the Quality Control Module in ERP Software. Quality serves as a pillar for the successful running of any business. Any long-term customers are a sign that a business offers good quality products. Quality is something any consumers expect from a manufacturer and if it meets then you gain trust from them. This is a major aspect that helps you survive the competition and stay in the market. It is not only the best product you give but for how long is all that matters.

Quality Control Management in ERP Software

For example, when it comes to buying any appliances, there are N number of brands available in the market. Each person can have various expectations on its specification, a broad variety that a company offers, even the colors available, and so on. But above all most people end up with a brand that serves for quite a long period. This clearly shows that people are always attracted to the best quality and service. In another case, imagine you have earned the customer’s trust in quality and everything is going fine. But unexpectedly you have missed a quality check which resulted in a defective product that reaches a customer. That’s it! The name you have earned all these years will vanish in all of a second. And it is so difficult to gain their trust again and people easily move on to another brand.

Hence it is not only that you should adhere to the quality standards but as well as you should maintain those standards without fail. An ERP is a software package as you well know, where quality is one of the modules integrated.  Let us see some of the features of Freedom ERP’s quality module.

Inward Inspection: The raw materials purchased from the vendors are undergone certain quality checks before using it for production. 

Process Inspection: A FG (Finish Goods) is a result of various sequential processes and after completion of each process the item is cross-checked to meet quality standards.

Inspection Report: There are 3 types of inspections done at three levels, such as first (pre-production), line (during each process), final (finished goods)

8D Report: 8 Discipline is a standard step followed to identify and correct the issues for continuous process improvement.

Calibration: These are instruments used within the shop floor that need to be inspected over some time.

Rejection Report: You can generate customized reports of rejection reasons, among various rejected materials with specified time and processes 

MIS Reports: Under MIS reports, you can generate reports on Rejection Analysis, Rework Analysis, Instrument History, and Calibration Calendar

Benefits of having a Quality Control Module in ERP :

  • A quality management system ensures that the manufactured product meets all the standards defined.
  • With product quality met, you can earn the customer’s trust which helps in long-term survival in the market.
  • Since every rejection is reported, you can analyze it to eliminate waste, reduce time, and continuous improvement.
  • The quality standards are not only for products but for the machines and workplace also. This provides a safe environment for the employees on the shop floor.

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