Quality and Compliance

Materials Compliance Manager ()

Materials Compliance Manager enables companies to collect, track, analyze, and report a product’s environmental compliance against chemical substance or material content regulations.

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Conforming to regional environmental compliance directives such as RoHS, REACH, ELV, GADSL, Battery, Packaging, WEEE, and Dodd-Frank Conflict Minerals is a must for companies that operate globally. Using Materials Compliance Manager, product materials compliance can be assessed seamlessly during design when using other ENOVIA® applications, or through integration with third party PLM and ERP systems. Product materials compliance can be assessed at any phase of the development and delivery process.

Materials Compliance Manager includes a well-defined process for requesting, receiving, reviewing, and approving materials compliance and conflict mineral declarations from the supply chain for outsourced components and/or materials. Declarations can be obtained using industry standards such as IMDS, IPC-1752, JAMP AIS, JAMA/JAPIA, CFSI CMRT, and IPC-1755. Using robust reporting and validation tools, compliance engineers can assess and approve declarations from their suppliers. This information is then rolled up through the product bill-of-material (BOM) to compute product compliance to material regulations or to assess overall conflict mineral reporting status.

Products can be then be analyzed to determine problem areas that need to be addressed for compliance. Product compliance can also be reported to customers using industry standard formats.

Key features & benefits

  • Manage material data to meet customer- and region-specific environmental compliance mandates

  • Analyze a product’s compliance and recycled content throughout the product development process

  • Security and Intellectual Property (IP) Protection

  • Assess Impact of New Compliance Directives

  • Manage Supplier Material Declarations : rapidly assess product and supplier impact when new restricted substances are identified.

  • Export of Product Compliance to Customers

  • IMDS Integration for Automotive Companies 

  • Integrate the Supply Chain for Supplier Data Collection

  • Initiate supplier material declaration requests, monitor supplier progress and accept/reject declaration submissions

  • Determine Engineering BOM Materials Compliance 

  • Maximize the reuse of compliant components