Automated Quality Management System
Replace a set of documents with an efficient workflow system and you find out how to care about the quality effectively. You’ll see the all work takes less time and is of a higher quality
With AyMINE, you'll be working on improvements, not documents.
AyMINE automates routine activities so you can really focus on quality
- A key element of the organisation is an automated workflow system.
- Automate documents, information retrieval and working with problems and ideas
- Leave the "paperwork" to AyMINE, it can do the work better and cheaper than humans
- The system monitors the quality and the labour costs permanently
Save costs, don't skimp on quality
AyMINE provides a turnkey solution for the entire management area
- By prepared tasks, you save costs on training and get a better quality result
- AI and smart algorithms help you look up problems
- Don't study new standards – we do it for you
- In AyMINE you have everything you need for management at your fingertips – from plans to detailed reports
We solve your problems
We understand quality standards and why teams struggle with them:
- AyMINE supports agendas for procedural, organizational and project standards
- Build team collaboration to solve tasks that are fundamental to your business
- Get documentation not only for the audit, but also for colleagues who were not part of the solution
- Work where you need to – mobile working allows you to tackle everything on the spot, not in the office
Standards require system support
AyMINE provides you with the complete support that standards require:
- Automates task assignment and controls performance
- Promotes sharing and collaboration, communication.
- Automatically creates audit evidence
- Stores records of the activities handled
Why the quality management system is considered demanding
- It brings a lot of "paperwork"
- You need to know and follow the rules, so it requires studying
- Often the procedures required by the QMS are considered inappropriate.
The biggest problem, however, is often that staff do not see the benefits that standards should have. Often this is right, because if the only goal is "to meet the standard somehow", there are no benefits. And if processes lack system support and automation, SMJ creates a lot of bureaucracy.