SE Statistical Process Control, is a solution designed to collect and analyze data easily allowing you to monitor performance and achieve sustainable improvements in quality and profitability. SE SPC uses control charts as a primary tool for statistical process control. Control charts are used to determine whether a manufacturing or business process is in a state of statistical control or not. They are also used with product measurements to analyze process capability and for continuous process improvement efforts.
The solution is specifically designed to be scalable, which means no architectural changes are necessary as you add new users, processes, data categories, specific reports, and integration with other SoftExpert modules or new data sources.
Most importantly, SE SPC enables organizations to improve overall quality, and reduce costs and risks associated with a growing number of regulatory compliance and corporate governance processes such as those related to the ISO 9000 Quality Guidelines, ISO/TS 16949, FDA 21CFR Part 11 Electronic Record Keeping, and others.
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- Signals when a process problem has occurred or is out of control.
- Monitors process quality.
- Provides mechanism to make process changes.
- Supports process capability (Cp, Cpk) and process performance (Pp, Ppk) analysis with comparison to the product tolerance.
- Multiple SPC charts may be simultaneously displayed in a single window, and updated in real time.
- Allows easy data entry using the familiar spreadsheet-style data entry screen.
- Captures data directly from gages and measurement devices.
- Provides the ability to use real-time data to monitor, predict and make on-line adjustments for production quality and consistency.
- Maintains all critical system information in a single log file for audits and regulatory information.
- Sends violation data to an event log or prompt operators to enter information such as corrective actions, notes and assignable causes.