18 December 2013
Dassault Systèmes has revealed the Delmia Apriso Quality Solution, which includes enterprise quality management software (EQMS) and professional services that help expand the reach of traditional quality management systems (QMS).
The solution will reach the global shop floor, cover the supply chain and reach up to executive level. Higher quality can be achieved across the enterprise thanks to extended visibility and control into global operations with the Delmia solution.
“There’s a gap in many organisations’ ability to effectively deliver quality products and processes, and our research over the past several years has revealed that enterprise quality management software (EQMS) is the bridge. EQMS transforms many of the traditionally siloed quality efforts that are causing roadblocks to improvement today,” stated Matt Littlefield, president and principal analyst at LNS Research.
Apriso focusses on manufacturing operations and the associated complexities, enabling manufacturers with the best EQMS tools and processes and help decision making on a global scale.
The solution is vertically aligned, from in-line statistical process control (SPC) and quality inspections, to enterprise-wide quality planning and out-of-the-box quality dashboards and analytics.
Delmia’s Apriso Quality Solution also has the ability to create corporate standards and quality processes and enforce them across locations and suppliers.
“Globally distributing manufacturing operations has exposed weakness in disparate quality systems, which can cause data inconsistency, delayed response times and additional cost,” said John Fishell, vice president of Delmia Apriso Product Management, Dassault Systèmes. “Apriso Quality Solution can improve global quality performance in such a way that complements an enterprise’s manufacturing operations management strategy.”
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