Risk-Based Systems for Quality, Compliance, Risk and Operational High Performance in Aerospace and Defence
Ideagen helps Aerospace and Defence manufacturing firms manage Quality, Safety and Compliance effectively and efficiently
Ideagen understands that quality, compliance and safety are paramount in Aerospace and Defence manufacturing. As government and regulators introduce new procedures we continue to develop quality, compliance and safety management solutions.
Our customers in the sector include Airbus, Boeing, Ultra Group, Decrane Aerospace, Thales Avionics, Serco Defence and Serco Aerospace and we help them to manage compliance with a range of standards including ISO 9001, AS9100 and SC21.
Modernise and Transform
- Compliance with standards and regulations
- Substantially improve operational performance and efficiency
- Strengthen and protect reputation and brand
- Anticipate and prevent problems and issues
- Scalable enterprise solutions
SC21 (CSIP) Compliance
Supply Chain 21st Century (SC21, run by ADS Group) has emerged as a significant influence in the UK Aerospace, Defence and Security industries.
Manufacturers need to raise their game in order to differentiate themselves on the basis of quality and long-term relationships that add value to the supply chain.
Q-Pulse represents a complete Continuous Improvement Quality Management Solution that is naturally aligned with SC21.
- Policy management and distribution
- Identification of risks and opportunities
- Increased visibility of processes
- Buy-in and a culture of improvement
By measuring the efficiency and effectiveness of initiatives with Q-Pulse, your business can drive long-term stability and growth and firmly anchor sustainable and continuous improvement in the corporate culture.
Q-Pulse, for us, is a coherent toolset for conducting and measuring compliance across our sites in the UK.
— Alan Cassels, Quality Service Manager at Thales Group
Comply with ISO 9001: 2015
“There has been some debate internationally about the implications of the proposed changes for both quality and audit professionals. Some national bodies regard the changes as insignificant, taking the view that ISO 9001:2015 simply introduces a number of requirements that were previously implied in ISO 9001:2008 but that were not mandated.”
“The CQI and IRCA do not share this position. We remain convinced that those leading, managing and auditing quality management systems will need to revise their current thinking and work in different ways in order to maintain organisational compliance.”
— DIS 9001 2014, Understanding the Draft International Standard, IRCA and CQI
Read our white paper that explains how our software products and solutions can help you prepare for and comply with ISO 9001:2015.