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Quality Management System

A Quality Management System (QMS) is a structured framework that ensures products consistently meet industry requirements and regulatory standards. It involves planning, control, assurance, documentation, supplier management, and continuous improvement. QMS encompasses the entire product lifecycle, from design and development through production and distribution, to customer service. Implementing a QMS helps improve product quality, reduce costs, enhance customer satisfaction, and ensure regulatory compliance.

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Nonconformance Management

Active and efficient control, tracking, and reporting of defects within inventory or on the shop floor. Monitoring of crucial quality metrics to facilitate process enhancements and adoption of best practices in quality management.

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Manufacturing Inventory Management

Consistent quality control, increased safety, and higher sustainability standards of materials used across diverse assembly lines. Validating component quality and condition through end-to-end traceability of all inventory transactions.

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Shopfloor Control

Streamlined assembly lines and manufacturing processes. Complete end-to-end visibility, real-time data, and improved monitoring of shop-floor processes to reduce risks, drive efficiency savings, increase speed to market, and ensure quality standards.


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Quality measures that increase compliance when working for or with the government and interacting with federal agencies. Effective capturing and addressing external and internal audit findings to meet AS9100 or ISO 9001 quality standards.

Procedure control

Procedure control is essential for maintaining operational consistency and plays a crucial role in complex manufacturing by providing structured guidelines, clear instructions, and detailed protocols for carrying out various steps, tasks, and processes. Procedure control ensures standardized methods, unified approach, compliance with regulations, and streamlined operations. Effective procedure control enhances efficiency, reduces errors, manages risks, facilitates training, and drives continuous improvement.

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Process Planning

Enhanced ability to develop controls in the procedure, such as must use listed parts, must record certain steps, must use the provided data. Improved mBOM management to ensure effective change control and minimize the risk of accidental errors, unplanned disruptions, or unauthorized alterations, resulting in lower production costs.

Shopfloor Control Features

Shopfloor Operations

Improved ability to follow defined procedures and perform tasks. Greater control of shop-floor processes through redlining directly in operations, without stopping the work order or clocking out users, which ensures the production runs smoothly and continues without unplanned stoppages. Increased efficiency and reduced errors help meet the set deadlines.

Equipment Management

Equipment Management

Effective control of all equipment by tracking all its key information and data, including usage, calibration, maintenance, and warranty dates. Equipment Master Data Registry that enables management of the equipment main library containing all necessary master data information characterizing a given piece of equipment.

Managed inventory

Effectively managed inventory ensures that materials are available when needed, preventing production disruptions and maintaining operational efficiency. Proper inventory management also optimizes costs by balancing inventory levels, reducing holding costs, and preventing production delays. It also enhances quality control by ensuring that materials and components meet the required safety standards before use. Additionally, well-managed inventory bolsters supply chain resilience by providing buffer stock against disruptions.

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Manufacturing Inventory Management

Greater control of inventory through determinations, inventory lookup, container lookup, and inventory history. Digitalized replenishment and purchase orders ensure optimal stock levels and efficient procurement processes, while automated moving and shipping orders streamlines warehouse operations and order fulfillment.

Inventory Operations

Inventory Operations

Enhanced and seamless inventory operations through automated purchase orders at site, location, or area. Easy and intuitive moving containers, changing inventory status, planning inventory moves, splitting and merging inventory lots, and adjusting the quantity of parts and components. The ability to print and reprint labels makes inventory tracking easier.

Shopfloor Control Features

Shopfloor Control

Full inventory and shop floor integration to ensure end-to-end inventory management and monitoring through production stages. Automated kitting orders placement and lineside inventory tracking increases control of consumables, substitutes, and backflush, captures installs to prevent component swaps, and creates real-time accurate as-built genealogy.

Additional features

Data-driven production

Data-driven production involves using data analytics to optimize production processes, predict maintenance needs, improve quality, and enhance resource efficiency. By analyzing data collected in different places and coming from various sources, it is easier to identify and eliminate inefficiencies, prevent equipment failures, reduce waste, and adapt quickly to changing production requirements. The data-driven approach to manufacturing enables informed decision-making, improves operational performance, and ensures quality that complies with industry standards, regulations, and norms.

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Reports based on Manufacturo applications that are easy to configure and run. Intuitive report generation, previews, viewing, and management. Filtering based on parameters, queries, or context allows for quick identification of area and data source to drive effective data-based actions quickly.


Data integration, spanning from the boardroom to the shop floor, is essential in streamlining production procedures and ensuring transparency throughout the whole manufacturing process. Particularly in complex industries with high production costs and rigorous safety regulations, the successful interaction between manufacturing software and third-party solutions is crucial. The integration of MES systems, ERP software, PLM solutions, supplier portals, and accounting software transcends beyond technological decisions, emerging as a strategic imperative.

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The ability to control API calls, deploy actions and custom screens, and connect machines. An uninterrupted connection between applications communicating with each other ensures that the signal received from machines and tools instantly reaches Manufacturo applications where it's interpreted for optimized decision-making based on real-time data.

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