|Quality Control Inspection||Optimize inspection resources and processes with a single system|
|Easily perform inspections on factory and warehouse floor with offline and mobile capabilities|
|Operate in areas without cellular or wireless connection|
|Utilize iPad camera with mark-up and annotation features to substantiate product defects|
|Convert product inspection requests from purchase orders|
|Facilitate real-time communication and a quicker response to ad-hoc issues|
Quality Control Inspection
Issues and Challenges
Product quality is a universal value for organizations and has become increasingly important when managing production facilities and suppliers located around the globe. In order to provide customers with quality products, organizations are required to ensure that their processes are continuously monitored and product defects are minimized.
Quality assurance teams need to effectively share information with a variety of trading partners that include internal departments, suppliers, manufacturers and testing organizations. Additionally, supporting systems and processes are required to confirm finished products meet the organization's quality and safety requirements.
How Amber Road Can Help
Amber Road’s Quality Control Inspection solution provides mobile inspection capabilities available on the iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini and Android mobile devices. The solution streamlines the inspection process in a single system to optimize resources and costs, has offline and mobile capabilities for all product inspections and facilitates real-time communication to respond to critical issues.
Risk and Quality Management
Effectively managing the global supply chain comes with unique risks due to poor or inadequate product testing, a consistently volatile socio-economic climate and an ever changing cycle of governmental regulations.
Amber Road’s solutions help manufacturers and retailers accurately ensure that all trading partners are in compliance with regulatory requirements, and standards for product safety, ethical sourcing of labor, health and safety and product quality.
We needed to create reliability in our global supply chain to respond to actual and potential issues and tightly collaborate with our merchants, distribution centers, and service providers.”
Vice President, Global Trade & Transportation
Global Apparel Retailer
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