QM specialist Babtec presents numerous highlights at Control 2019. The new release of the BabtecQ quality management system convinces visitors thanks to its optimized usability, technology and functionality.
At Control 2019, the leading trade fair for quality management, Babtec will present a comprehensive extended release of their BabtecQ software. This software meets all market requirements for the Element Q, a modern digital quality management. The Element Q stands for integrating quality tasks, connectivity with other companies’ systems and the possibility to collaborate across multiple companies. The new release takes these three element dimensions to the next level.
An innovative, adaptable operating concept improves work processes within the BabtecQ software. In addition, the new release offers users functional enhancements and innovations. For example, a new proprietary BabtecQ function analyzes CAD drawing dimensions, which in turn enables an automated provision of product requirements to other BabtecQ modules. This supports the continuous and consistent documentation of characteristics that are subject to inspection throughout the entire software. In addition, interfaces have been further developed in order to further optimize interaction with SAP systems.
“Quality Comes From Connection” – as part of this joint initiative with DGQ (German Association for Quality), Babtec provides a universal, intelligent communication tool for quality management with Qube.SPOT. Long before classic quality methods come into play, Qube.SPOT allows for simple and fast solutions in order to prevent problems before they occur. This not only improves the quality of processes and products, it also leads to true teamwork. A company “spot” is easy to create and edit, using no more than a smartphone. Beyond the central action management offered by BabtecQ, users are now able to use “spots” to create and edit measures and tasks internally, but also to share them with business partners via the cloud platform Qube. If, for example, a deviation is found during a supplier audit, agreed corrective measures can be initiated directly and shared for mutual monitoring.