- Depiction of process maps
- Depiction of processes
- Hierarchical drill-down from the overview to the details
- Turtle-like visualization
- Versioning, approval, history
However process descriptions in the form of flow charts are frequently a source of misunderstandings and errors since such depictions are not easy for everybody to understand and they are not easily accessible.
The integrated process visualization in RQM.Processdesigner, by contrast, allows easy creation of the process map, process descriptions, and the associated details. Each process is displayed on a page, the user can click through the process chain, and thus get an overview of all details anytime. These details are direct connections to other functions, e.g. roles that branch off from the competency matrix, documents that open controlled documents and templates, and also evaluations and key figures that visualize the process performance on the dashboard.
With ISO 9001:2015, there will be a new certification available for many companies in the coming months. This standard’s focus is on process orientation. Therefore, in the future, “process-oriented action” will become ever more important – also with respect to the requirements that Industry 4.0 introduces. The automation of processes and systems will become a decisive competitive advantage for all companies in manufacturing industry. Transparent and slim processes make an important contribution here.
„We map our entire corporate organization with all processes with the RQM.Processdesigner. Therefore, we are fit for ISO certification at any time and we can implement actions that arise directly in RQM action management transparently and effectively.”