Complex supply chains bring the challenge of ensuring vendor supplied goods, intermediate or finished, that fail to comply with the specifications or tests defined, are identified, reported and followed-up for risk assessment, as well as corrective and preventive action.
Why Quality Collaboration?
Quality is the key to ensuring customer delight. It also helps in unlocking operational efficiency – from initial product design, to manufacturing on the shop floor and preparing the outbound shipment, through to the receipt, final delivery, installation and use. Integrating the quality engineers with the complex global network of product engineers and manufacturers is the key to ensuring the end customer receives materials on-time and on-quality. Any deviations or non-conformances must be communicated, investigated, and corrective actions traced throughout the process.
How Can TAKE Solutions Help?
The solution to this challenge is tight integration between the quality engineering and the procure-to-pay (P2P) processes. TAKE Solutions' track, trace, and control methodology provides consistency and compliance to specifications throughout design, manufacturing, and shipment.
Real-time communication regarding deviations, corrective actions, and non-conformances enables products to be delivered on-time and on-quality. Organizations reduce the risk of regulatory non-compliance, improve customer satisfaction, and increase profitability within razor-thin margins.
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