QLM Automated Workflow Software

Save time and reduce cost with Empower QLM Software

Are you spending precious time and money visiting and monitoring your supply chain? Are you still generating DFMEAs, PFMEAs, SPC documentation and control plans manually? Do you want to be able to instantly know which supply chain members are in need of corrective action, process improvement, training, or mentoring? Automating, streamlining, and monitoring your supply chain process has never been easier with production part approval software, Empower QLM.

RGBSI’s in-house developed Empower QLM software allows the entire supply chain part approval process to be automated and accessed online anywhere anytime. Customizable reports in a variety of formats display real-time data and information, streamlining your workflow and saving you precious time and effort. Backed by RGBSI’s experience and background in supply chain management and supplier quality, Empower QLM can be completely customized to fit your organization’s specific needs.

PRODUCTION TOOLS

EmpowerPPAP includes all the production tools you need to generate balloon drawings, identify key supply characteristics, and create linkages between various PPAP elements.

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MEETS REQUIREMENTS

EmpowerPPAP meets APQP/PPAP requirements for aerospace and other manufacturing organizations, including QS 9000/TS16949/AS 9102A/AAQG/AIAG standards and ITAR regulations and requirements.

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Key Features

Web-Based & Easy to Use

Project Management Tools

Fully Customizable User Interface

Enterprise-Wide Integration

Support for all AIAG and ASQR PPAP Elements

Dedicated Help Desk and Technical Support

Dashboard Metrics and Reporting Capabilities

Training Materials and Work Instructions for Each PPAP Element

Automated Workflow, Escalations, and Status Reporting

Built-In Continuous Improvement with Customizable Checklists

Resource Planning and Forecasting

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See How Empower PPAP Can Work for You

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