Dedham, MA (PressExposure) July 28, 2011 -- SAPexperts announces a new article, "Improve Defect Reporting by Using CAPA to Track Incidents" available in their Project Expert knowledgebase.
In today's competitive environment, a majority of industries are facing increasing pressure from regulatory bodies to take a proactive and automated approach for managing quality procedures across their supply chains. Corrective action and preventative action (CAPA) is a process that has become a formal requirement by the regulatory authorities for categorizing the various issues a company may encounter.
Managing non-conformity and process deviations is essential, especially with pressure from regulatory bodies, big players or even internal quality initiatives. In this article, learn how a formal correction process can help you to better manage defect reporting and improve related workflow. Learn about the key elements for an integrated corrective and preventive action system, including continuous monitoring based on documented procedures, prioritization and risk management, verification and validation, and well-defined procedures.
Bob Croce, product director of SAPexperts comments, "This article will explain how to proactively and productively use corrective action and preventive action to track and ultimately prevent critical incidents."
The article is written by Vineet Pandey, Senior Consultant, Infosys, Ltd., and Divyanshu Shekhar, Lead Consultant, Infosys, Ltd.
The article abstract is located at: http://www.projectexpertonline.com/article.cfm?id=5895
About the Authors:
Vineet Pandey is a senior consultant in the SAP Practice at Infosys, Ltd. He has more than six years of SAP consulting experience. He has expertise in SAP supply chain functional areas (purchasing, material management, quality management) for oil field services and the natural gas industry.
Divyanshu Shekhar is a lead consultant in the SAP Practice at Infosys, Ltd. He has more than eight years of professional experience, most of it coming from SAP implementations, project management, and consulting engagements. He currently works as part of the SAP Energy Practice at Infosys.
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