Sequence Content Management

Sequence Enterprise Work Instruction Software - Revision Control

Content Management

Sequence Platform 2Sequence has robust version control, archiving and security as an integral part of the platform which automatically maintains draft, published and retired versions of all instructions. With a built in automated release notes management system, nothing associated with any change can slip through the cracks.  Additionally, the automatic archiving of retired instructions means that information about how your product was built last week, last month or last year is just a click away.

 Automatically maintains draft, published, and retired versions of instructions.  Opening any previous version of an instruction is just one click away.
 A single centralized database allows enterprise-wide collaboration, access, and control of instructions.
User-based security creates individual profiles and determines what actions those users can perform and what parts / assemblies they can access. Privileges include: viewing, editing, approving, quality, and administrative.
Controlled check-in/check-out functionality maintains order in a multi-user environment.
Sequence maintains a summary of all changes associated with a work instruction including approver, date approved, superceding date, and reason for change.  A full set of release notes provides an audit trail for all changes to a work instruction.
Formal process for routing a set of instructions through a designated set of approvers before release to the shop floor.
Similar to margin notes on a printed copy, these notes let you draw attention to specific aspects of your instruction.  Redlines can also be used to document suggested changes between collaborators.  Authors must address redline notes before approving a new version
Just as the name implies, instruction steps deployed electronically through WebSeqeunce Enterprise can be tagged as nonconforming by approved individuals for complete traceability.  
Advanced search engine to find ANY information (step, tool, part, operation, etc.) in Sequence for reuse in other work instructions.
Advanced cataloging and retrieval functions put specific work instructions at your fingertips in one step. This feature saves the user from manually searching folders in Microsoft Windows.
Folder for organizing shortcuts to commonly used documents.