Often carried out within the context of quality management, audits are used to check that the processes, specifications and guidelines in a particular company all meet the relevant standards. With official and industrial audits now part and parcel of the way many companies operate, a large number choose to document and map out their business processes, often compiling and publishing quality management documents, too. However, with many of these process documents and instructions stored as static files or printed out only to be signed and tucked away in a folder, they quickly disappear from view. This can mean that the documented processes are only updated when the next audit comes around - and even then, they may well bear little resemblance to the procedures as they are actually carried out. Process and quality management can also become fragmented, leading to different perceptions of the business processes in question. At worst, quality assurance can be left out of process management altogether, with quality control not considered a process in its own right.
Set to be unveiled at CeBIT 2016, the YAVEON Quality and Process Manager is a solution that keeps these two fields connected long-term, while also delivering an extensive range of benefits over alternative systems. Key advantages include the establishment of an integrated and paperless quality management system; single-platform management and control for QM processes and documents; execution, monitoring and authorization for QM processes; and integration of QM documents and QM processes within a central repository. The system also ensures auditing compliance for processes and documents, serves as a company-wide information portal and provides secure options for disclosure control and electronic signatures.
YAVEON AG (97080 Würzburg, Germany), Hall 4, Stand A56