Quality and Compliance

Materials Compliance Analysis ()

Materials Compliance Analysis

Materials Compliance Analysis enables managers and design engineers to view materials complianceIt compliments Materials Compliance Manager as part of an overall materials compliancy business process.

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Materials Compliance Analysis is targeted for managers, quality engineers, purchasing buyers, program managers, and auditors who serve the role of a “compliance reviewer,” and product design engineers that need to create environmentally friendly products.  Users of Materials Compliance Analysis can assess, search, and view enterprise parts and manufacturer equivalent parts (MEPs) to assess compliancy as described below:

  • Search and view conflict mineral declarations and smelters.
  • View product and supplier BOMs and associated compliance properties.
  • View material declarations including the lifecycle state and reported part BOM information, including compliance properties.
  • Run reports for RRR (reuse, recycling and recovery), RoHS, Battery, WEEE (Waste in Electrical and Electronic Equipment directive), and ELV compliancy.

During product design, Materials Compliance Analysis exposes compliance information directly in Product Engineer. Reports are available to compare the compliance of manufacturing equivalents, list recyclable content, or evaluate best and worst-case manufacturing location scenarios. This provides critical information to product design engineers when making choices based on customer and/or market requirements for new products.

For more advanced materials compliancy functionality, such as viewing material or substance data, editing, importing, or exporting data, and running reports that expose detailed substance information, the complimentary Materials Compliance Manager solution is appropriate.

Key features & benefits

  • Provide management access to product environmental compliance and supplier reporting data

  • View a product’s compliance throughout the product development process to determine conformance to industry environmental directives

  • View the reporting status of outsourced manufacturer equivalent parts and use this information to make sourcing decisions based on supplier part compliance

  • Analyze a product’s compliance throughout the product development process

  • Maximize reuse of compliant components

  • Create eco-friendly designs

  • Immediately determine the impact of a design change on overall product compliance

  • Make outsourcing decisions based on supplier part compliance