You likely have an internal audit schedule that you need to follow. Don’t miss a key date. You can enter your planned yearly quality audits when you need and manage them as your event date approaches. Set due dates, send notifications and make managing the planned audit process so much better.
Assign audit-related tasks to your team and track everyone’s progress towards due dates. Manage tasks, follow-ups, communications, and any actions that result from audit findings. Escalate high-risk findings for investigation and monitor low-risk findings for recurrence, and access your audit artifacts and provide them to the auditor in a couple of clicks with absolute confidence nothing has changed.
Since anything can be tied to anything else in the system, you can tie in the procedures, the tasks, all audit information into a single workflow and single audit report so all the data is tied to one record.
Ensure full traceability and auditability throughout because you can easily see what was changed, why it was changed, when it changed, who changed it and what was impacted as a result of an audit.
Today, it can be a real challenge to manage one of the key pieces of your product lifecycle…your suppliers. With the ability to conduct supplier audits, you can flag certain suppliers for follow-up actions, link to nonconformance issues to determine if you’ve had issues with them in the past. If you have, now you can be much more proactive with them by monitoring and managing them via a supplier audit.