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Sequence Enterprise Electronic Work Instruction Software

Enterprise Work Instruction Software

More than "just" work instructions-

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In highly regulated industries such as military, medical device, homeland security and defense manufacturing, providing a complete audit trail and objective evidence of compliance to manufacturing standards is oftentimes a required element of doing business.  This information may not only be required for customer acceptance but also at some point in the future in the event of an unforeseen audit.  In many environments, sign-off is at the level of an individual performing a discrete task as opposed to the operational level that has historically been accepted.  Without the ability to produce documentation at this level, your product may sit on the loading dock waiting for customer acceptance or regulatory approval.

Traceability for manual assembly -

Sequence allows companies doing complex manual assembly to easily create, manage, deploy and validate the information required to build their products.  With integration to an ERP system, work instructions can be versioned to specific work orders / serial numbers providing complete traceability for any build and an easy path to objective evidenceSequence makes available only one version of the work instructions - the RIGHT one. Electronic delivery of work instructions to the shop floor and capture of information against the work order provides detailed records of what, when, where, how and by who a product was assembled.  All of this comes at a fraction of the cost of maintaining the same information in an “Office” or paper-based environment.

Real-time, interactive electronic work instruction deployment -

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WebSequence isn't just paper on glass, but a dynamic electronic work instruction interface between engineering and the paperless manufacturing floor.   With integration to an ERP system, work instructions can be versioned to specific work orders / serial numbers providing complete traceability for any build and an easy path to objective evidence that includes 21 CFR Part 11 compliant signatures.  Sequence makes available only one version of the work instructions - the RIGHT one.

Bring kaizen to work instructions using iPad2 and integrated camera -

Engineer w ipadLooking for a better way to conduct shop floor Kaizen events?  Need a faster way to get continuous improvement information back to engineering? Sequence Enterprise V3.0 includes new capabilities within WebSequence to allow users to conduct Kaizen events while capturing feedback with new pictures from the iPad2's integrated camera. Click here to see more.

 

 

If things go wrong and work instructions need to change in a hurry, WebSequence has you covered -

Electronic deployment gives you freedom and flexibility that is impossible to achieve with paper.  Need to make that red-line or proceed with that one-time non-conformance?  WebSequence allows secure, authorized changes to be made on the shop floor.  Need to conduct a total or partial re-work?  Sequence gives you the flexibilty to add re-work steps to a work order without the loss of previous data or signatures.  Click here to see more.

The WebSequence paperless work instruction interface offers -

  • 21 CFR Part 11 compliant electronic signatures;
  • Controlled access to the most current version of all work instructions;
  • Access to work-order specific instructions for build-to-order jobs;
  • Proceed with Non-Conformance;
  • Shop-floor Redline capabilities;
  • Job specific / work-order specific re-work instructions;
  • Paperless Kaizen capabilities on iPad2 with integrated camera;
  • Paperless compliance with AS9100 for military and aerospace companies;
  • Presentation of Expert / Novice instructions based on operator skill level;
  • The ability to use video;
  • Embedded links to supporting files;
  • Shop floor data collection during the build; and
  • A portal for the shop-floor to provide feedback to engineering.
 

It's not about the work instructions but what the work instructions allow you to accomplish -

Let's talk about what you want to accomplish and how Sequence can help:

  • Get product out the door faster;
  • Reduce the time spent doing daily audits; 
  • Consolidiate your objective evidence in one system; and
  • Track the specifications to which a device was manufactured.
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