Process sequence plan

» Documentation of the path of the product
   as it passes through the company
» Overview of all process sequences
» Optional integration in QUIPSY FMEA
   makes advanced quality planning a
   simple matter
» User-friendly – easy to operate
» Clear presentation in tables with symbols
» Reporting function with freely
   adaptable forms

Documented product quality, clearly presented and in accordance with standards, from Goods Inwards to the shipping department.

There are many factors which influence secure product quality and these are to be found both in the manufacturing process and elsewhere in the organisation. As a product passes through the production area, it undergoes many process operations which can have an effect on its quality characteristics. These are not necessarily always directly associated with the processing of materials – they can often depend on transport and storage. It is therefore essential for advanced quality planning to take account of all the processes which the product will undergo.

QUIPSY PAPL supports the advanced planning of quality assurance from the very start, by bringing all the various processes (including transport, storage, processing, etc…) into a documented sequence, thereby achieving „end-to-end“ quality assurance.

The plan provides both standard and also individually definable processes with related symbols. Recording the process sequence in accordance with standards is child‘s play, thanks to the integrated document forms, which can be modified at any time.

It is even easier with regard to integration with the QUIPSY FMEA process matrix :
a click of the mouse will generate the process sequence plan from this display – a practical feature, where existing processes are already recorded in QUIPSY FMEA. Of course, it is not essential to use the FMEA function in order to operate the QUIPSY PAPL module; however, they make an effective combination.

With the QUIPSY process sequence plan all the factors with an influence on the quality of a product are documented clearly and in accordance with standards, and can be accessed throughout the organisation.

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