DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE LABOUR COSTS?
DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE WASTE?
DO YOU WANT TO IMPROVE PRODUCT QUALITY AND COMPLIANCE?
REPLACE YOUR PAPER-BASED MANUAL SYSTEMS FOR INCREASED MANUFACTURING INTELLIGENCE AND VISIBILITY
A paperless manufacturing system can help manufacturers achieve improvements in all areas of operations.
Reduced labour costs and waste associated with collecting paper record.
Improved product quality and compliance through the use of Quality Process Control (QPC) sheets, electronic HACCP sheets and electronic batch records (EBRs).
Increased compliance, product safety, and quality through the enforcement of standard operating procedures (SOPs), workflows and electronic work instructions.
Drill down into historical data needed for product recalls and compliance issues.
Using paper-based manual systems can result in inaccurate information and cause poor decisions to be made. World-class manufacturers are replacing paper-based systems with electronic systems to enable more accurate real-time manufacturing intelligence which will have an immediate and positive impact on operations, needed for effective decision making. Paperless Manufacturing can help achieve new levels of performance improvements such as improved quality, efficiency, visibility, compliance and traceability throughout the enterprise supply chain.
In regulated industries, there are strict standards when it comes to storing data such as quality records of operations, procedures, processes and production events. Electronic Batch Records (EBRs) comply with 21 CFR Part 11 standards and manage audit trails defined by workflow and procedures to improve quality and performance management. EBRs can manage tasks and operations related to batch and recipe execution and make it easier to perform quality checks, and regulatory tasks. Having the ability to create and store Electronic Batch Records enables batch performance and batch data such as actual vs target to be monitored and analysed more effectively. Access to EBRs gives complete visibility of current and historical information which can be difficult to administer with a manual paper-based system.