Quality Control Inspection Software

Quality Control Inspection Software plans the quality control processes for incoming and outgoing goods, shortens the inspection time and optimizes the cost.

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Mipsis Quality Control Inspection Software

Plans the quality control process for incomming and outgoing goods.

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This is a screen displaying the records of the products that enter the quality control storage. The materials that enter the storage are obtained either directly from the suppliers or our own production units. Each party of products is subject to a control level in which they are inspected. This control level is determined by the system based on the past quality performances of our suppliers or production units. The sample size depends on the amount of party and the control level. It is represented with K and classified as follows in relation to the importance of the characteristics of the materials to be controlled:
K1 - the sample size for the most important characteristics of the materials to be controlled.
K2 - the sample size for moderately important characteristics of the materials to be controlled.
K3 - the sample size for less important characteristics of the materials to be controlled.
The characteristics of each materials that will be controlled should be classified within the framework of K1/2/3. After the characteristics of each sample is controlled, the control values and results found are entered into the control form and control results page respectively.


Inspection plan intends to show how Mipsis inspects the lots. Inspection level act is a circular process composed of acceptances, rejects and conditional acceptances. A separate inspection plan may be applied to each customer and materials. The better the quality performance of the supplier, the less strict the inspection is. In other words, more quality problems require more strict inspection. For instance, if any materials of supplier A are accepted in 5 lots consecutively, next time the materials purchased from this supplier is exposed to a "reduced inspection plan" . The rejection of one lot makes it necessary to turn to a "normal inspection plan" that is more detailed than the reduced plan. "Tightened plan", on the other hand, is called for a thorough inspection of the materials obtained from the suppliers with poor past quality performance.


In case the sampling table is not defined, default tables defined for all products will be used. If the sampling table is redefined for a specific product by pressing the "New Sampling Table" button, nine tables will be added for each of the inspection plans (tightened, normal, reduced) and the importance of the characteristics (critical, moderate, low). These tables can be customized according to your needs.


The control form includes detailed information about the inspection carried out. It is not compulsory to fill out that form. If the necessary definitions are given on the product-characteristics section on the 'Descriptions' pages, the control characteristics are created for each sample with a click on the 'Prepare' button. During the control stage, the acceptable values of each characteristics can be displayed, and the values found and the results can be entered.


Results screen keeps all the decisions taken about the controlled products in the quality control storage. In case the products are rejected or conditionally accepted, the failure codes and rates should be entered. If the party is accepted, the rejected amount must be left out. Returned Goods Despite all the inspection processes that products and materials undergo, there can still be some defective goods that can be returned by the customers, the firm of which we are the supplier, or our own production unit. This screen records in detail these defective materials and products returned by these sources. If required, corrective action request can be initiated.


PPM (Parts per million) is a measurement used today by customers to measure quality performance. One PPM means one (defect or event) in a million or 1/1,000,0000!

There was a time when you were considered a pretty good supplier when your defect rate was less than 1%, (10,000 PPM), then the expectation was increased to 0.1% or 1,000 PPM. Now the rate for most automotive components is targeted at 25 PPM or 0.0025% .

PPM = 1,000,000*(Rejects+Returns)/Total Shipment
Win8 & Win7
Win XP
Fist User License $2000
Next Per User License $395

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