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Organizational structure shown in the process hierarchy
View of the Product Hierarchy
Created Structures

Process Manager

With Process Manager, company and product structures as well as product
families can be outlined to provide different views of processes, performances
and business affairs, for example in a tree structure view.
The Process Manager is also a helpful tool for the central creation, administration and distribution of configurations which makes it the superimposed planning tool for the organization of the Q-DAS products.

Central Planning

Process Manager allows the comfortable creation and administration of test
plans resulting from the tree structure.

New characteristics can be created and allocated to the parts or machines or any organizational unit. If configurations apply to several or all machines, these
settings can be taken over anytime.

Independent from the recording method (procella , O-QIS, Upload), the data will
be collected centrally in the database via the Process Manager. The
configurations for the different recording stations can be determined centrally
and then distributed. Alarm criteria can be defined for the different hierarchy
levels. Thanks to these definitions, data can be evaluated automatically and
reports can be generated according to different criteria like cost centers,
machines or production parts.

Illustration of Organizational Structures

Companies have different organizational structures (plants, cost centers,
departments, production lines etc.). Those structures must be taken into
consideration with the creation and administration of test plans. Process
Manager supports the user with illustration of these structures and the
allocation of test plans to the corresponding organizational units. For example,
evaluations can be carried out per machine or operation and individual alarm and reporting conditions can be specified. This creates transparency and supports target oriented process control.

Illustration of Product Structures and Product Families

Parts are often allocated to different components, product families, types or
variants. It is also possible to show these parts in the product view in a tree
structure, which makes it possible to easily see the relevant relations.

Combination of Views

The process as well as the product structure access a central data pool wherecharacteristics are linked together and may be accessed in different ways.Such a highly flexible structure enables every user to see the structure he/she is used to and carry out the required changes.