The Point of Supplier Specification Management
GSQA provides a simple and integrated approach to communicating and collaborating on incoming material specifications with your supplier community. Both suppliers and your development teams have a common communication platform, speeding approvals.
For suppliers that provide you with multiple materials or ingredients, GSQA is always up to date with their approved specifications.
Delivered in a SaaS model, GSQA has unlimited user licenses, enabling you to collaborate with as many people as necessary to get materials approved. No need for special licenses for suppliers, or different users within your organization.
Whether you wish to eliminate management by paper and email, or integrate to the latest PLM, GSQA makes managing supplier specifications transparent and accountable.
GSQA enables faster ingredient and material approvals, speeding time to market.
That is the point of specification management.
That is the point of GSQA.
Collaboration On Revision Management
Eliminate revision management by email, spreadsheets and seemingly endless meetings. Create specifications that are unique to a given supplier, which provide real world flexibility that meets your specification management needs.
Historical Change Tracking
Any modification made to a proposed specification requires an electronic signature. GSQA tracks those actions, enabling you to know the exact date, time and person who approved any change to a specification.
Workflow That Encourages Collaboration
Built on over 20 years of real world deployments, GSQA provides robust approval and change workflow that encourages collaboration. Configure your own custom workflows based on your internal processes. Approve materials faster, speeding time to market.
PPAP and APQP
For automotive markets, GSQA has incorporated PPAP and APQP documentation requirements directly into GSQA, providing accountability and visibility to these critical processes. This can be configured to meet your unique PPAP and APQP processes.
GSQA notifies both you and your suppliers of any changes that have been made to a proposed material or ingredient. You will know immediately of the next step in the process, and can track both internal and supplier responsiveness.