Real-time communication and collaboration enables swift information sharing among stakeholders. Supervisors can perform quality audits from anywhere and share inspection reports with Management.
All workers can connect with fellow stakeholders and get feedback from line managers about the practical aspects of organizational quality standards. Managers can share insights, view insights, and better understand what can be done for the factory to consistently produce quality products that customers will love and buy.
Likewise, managers can export quality reports and audit results via various formats to departmental heads for improvement purposes.
Your factory’s process quality shouldn’t be affected by bulky or otherwise unavailable standards. Nor should your stakeholders expend valuable time and mental effort poring through paper-based documentation.
Rapidly digitize the ISO 9000 family of quality standards (and other globally recognized standards) so that workers can access these documents without bureaucratic and logistic barriers. Using the rich tools and unmatched flexibility of Maximl’s Connected Worker solution, you can render the standards in multiple languages to eliminate geographical silos and accommodate employees across the board.
Additionally, updated standard information and important regulatory briefs can be swiftly sent to stakeholders to ensure there’s never a drop in quality control across the shop floor.
Many digital solutions while useful at fostering communication and collaboration may not integrate with enterprise-wide systems. The result of this scenario is fragmentation, inefficiencies, and data ‘chaos’ that deprive stakeholders of the ability to extract value from data.
Here’s where Maximl comes in.
Besides connecting workers, our platform can be linked with ERP, MES, EPPM, and IoT systems in a single digital ecosystem. This enhances data visibility and provides ‘more’ data for holistic quality analysis. The actionable insight garnered from data analysis can then be used to improve the quality of manufacturing and fine-tune the end to end process of the supply chain.
Asst. Manager, Civil Maint, BPCL (MR)
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