Q.Focus: FMEA and the Quality Loop in BabtecQ

In the current webcast, our QM experts focus on the further developed FMEA module in the BabtecQ software and the Quality Loop. For this purpose, Lars van Straelen and Daniel von Sondern present the new FMEA functions and explain how the software modules are interlinked.

Our experts for professional, digitalized quality management guide you through the FMEA module of the BabtecQ QM software – and beyond. This is because the closely interlinked subject areas FMEA, test and control plan can best be considered directly in their quality control loop. In addition to the permeability between the modules of the software, the new developments within the FMEA module will also be discussed, which are largely due to the harmonization of AIAG and VDA. A special highlight: the free text function required in FMEA now provides optional suggestions of already existing malfunctions directly when entering them, in order to ensure increased uniformity and clarity as well as to enable targeted filtering. All other new functions and everything about the small quality loop around the FMEA can be found in the webcast.

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