How Discover Binocs can help you with qc analyst?
Currently, quality control laboratories must be narrow laboratories. While dealing with complexity and fluctuating demand, QA laboratories are constantly asked to increase analyst and resource utilization, improve first time, and reduce lead times. Binocs Resource Planning helps you create an optimal QC lab workflow by continuously balancing demand and human resources. Binocs uses existing business systems such as Supply Chain Planning (ERP) and LIMS to capture large amounts of lab release and stability testing needs without human intervention. Other demand is brought into the Binocs user interface or carried over from existing Excel workbooks. In times of greatest demand, quality control laboratories can exchange technicians and record this in Binocs. Eg One Release team that sends an HPLC certified technician to another Release team to jump in. Quality control laboratories perform tests for various demand channels (eg, release and stability tests). Lab teams can easily model their test methods. Defining standardized work is a common approach in Lean Six Sigma projects as a result of value stream mapping. Binocs will calculate the potential impact of test optimization from start to finish. So no sub-optimization and full focus on the improvements that really make a difference.
Be omniscient with performance analysis
Binocs calculates required analysts and QC instruments based on demand and information on analysis methods. Binocs reports provide insight into which teams can devote the available time, what specific competencies team leaders should develop or acquire, instrument shortages, value-added activities versus non-value-added activities, specific project workload, which performance improvement projects have the greatest impact and a lot more. In addition to the standard dashboards and views, Binocs uses PivotCharts and tables (yes, the kind you probably know from Excel). This gives you endless possibilities to shape reports depending on your questions.