Different manufacturing processes require defined, protocolled work steps, which up to now have been achieved with the aid of routing slips. Specifically, a sheet of paper follows each part or product to be produced as an “accompanying document” from one production station to the next. The individual steps of the stations are stipulated and protocolled. There are risks involved in handling such documents: Where the document is and in which station the project is currently at, cannot be easily determined. In addition, the document can become lost or damaged. Handwritten notes are no longer absolutely legible afterwards.
Instead of an accompanying document, the dataglobal CS now uses a web-based digital process. The individual stations of the product to be produced, together with the inputs of the persons involved in the process, are displayed in a comprehensible and clear manner. A digital routing slip is generated in the usual format at the end of the process, from which the successive stations of processing and the approvals of the employees emerge. The purely digital routing slip is archived so that it is audit-secure. This guarantees fast and simple traceability of the production steps.
The ISO certifications required in production require well-documented, secure digitized processes. ISO certifications provide a significant competitive advantage. A lower error rate during the production process also results in measurable cost savings. Furthermore, the solution allows comprehensive reporting and therefore a detailed knowledge of the production process. This allows much easier and better planning and optimization of the production.
Production, accounting, auditing
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