The rock being out-of-the-box solutions that are rigid and inflexible. These force teams to adapt their best practices and efficient workflows to a clunky and non-customizable process – all in favor of quality management. Sure, these might cost you less, but they’re not fit for scale and they’ll likely frustrate your quality management team more than they benefit them.
Along with quality assurance and quality control, quality management is another vital part of the quality process. Quality management isn’t just a fad or trend in the industry; it’s been around since the early 1900s and has improved steadily over time to include things like continuous improvement, lean manufacturing, Six Sigma, and more.
A systematic approach to managing quality is with us since the beginning of the 90s. Here’s how it evolved in recent years, beginning in the early 1990s up to nowadays.
So you’re in a process of selecting an electronic QMS to improve your quality and make your processes more efficient. There are many solutions out there and everybody promises the best system with great best practices and industry expertise so how can you choose the right system for you. Here are 10 questions you can ask yourself and the QMS vendor to make sure this is the right system for you
In the past 12-months, we see more and more companies that realize that there is no reason to compromise and migrate to Simploud from their existing (outdated) on-prem or cloud solutions.
Simploud is the first fully blown quality management system that has an integrated lab information management solution (LIMS) as a part of the system at no extra cost. There are lots of benefits in having the quality and lab managed in the same system – this article will present 10 benefits and there are much more you can think of.
It is essential that every material, sample and equipment can be easily stored and retrieved quickly when needed. Simplab allows to create a flexible storage layout and hierarchy and store materials, equipment or samples in compatible storage locations.