OFS-Flow software uses events that occur on and around the production environment to generate the variety of forms needed to record and quality check operations.
The software uses events, including those made available from the OFS-X Operational Excellence solution, to trigger electronic forms and workflows. Simple use cases include a shift handover form that appears on an OFS terminal at precisely the right time, or a quality form after 500 units (for example) have been made.
Being electronic, the workflow can be built into the form, so a quality engineer can be alerted (via SMS, email, etc) if a check is missed, should a time limit be reached without the form being completed, or during fails.
OFS-Flow 2.0 adds numerical validation and colour highlighting of fields, mainly used in quality forms; forms that are unique to individual SKUs; and forms which are manually or time-triggered and operate as free-standing forms which are independent of the specific activities associated with a particular production line, essentially making the paperless factory a reality. Examples include a paper form that a truck driver dropping off raw materials at the site needs to complete, a health and safety observation or an incident report.
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