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Product Inspection

Quality issues are identified, registered and solved in a consistent manner across the organization. Individuals share best practices and have full visibility into issues, tasks, and trends.

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Today's Challenges

Lack of a digital, standardized process and platform

  • No consistent way to report, track and rectify issues

  • Lack of visibility prevents organizational learning

  • Inability to easily report for compliance without much manual work

Rever Benefits

Activating the untapped power of the frontline

  • Issues are identified, registered and solved in a consistent manner

  • Central repository for collaboration, resolution, and learning

  • Automatic reports for management and compliance
Checklist: Quality Inspection
List of items for quality inspections
Consistent operations across teams
Checklist: Incoming material inspection
List of items for material inspections
Consistent operations across teams


  • Create your Inspection Routine
  • Execute the Routine & Capture Findings
  • Track Routines & Findings Completion
  • Automate Reporting and Insights

Create your Routine with the appropriate Checklist for the specific Product inspection such as: <product-name> inspection.

Key actions: 

  • Add the Assignees that will execute the Quality Routines (individuals/teams).
  • Define the Frequency for the Routine.
  • Select the Routine Type “Quality”.
  • Use Tags to select relevant Departments and Machines associated with this Routine.
  • Create your Quality Checklist using the Checklist Editor.
  • Create separate sections in the checklist to group items.

Assignees execute the Quality Inspection and capture Findings whenever they see lack of quality in the specific product being inspected. 

Key actions: 

  • Assignees execute the Inspection Routine based on the set Frequency.
  • Assignees create and assign Findings for any actions to be taken based on audit.
  •  Capture the following in Findings: Owner, Type of Rev (Quick Action or Improvement Idea), Priority, Due date, and the Department where the Finding was found.

Anyone can track the progress and completion rates of Inspections and Findings.

Supervisors can track the performance of their own departments and the completion rate of Findings.

Key actions: 

  • Findings are addressed by assignees based on dues date and priority
  • Summary reports provide visibility into which Inspections are in-progress and completed.
  • Findings are classified status and by which Inspection generated the Finding.
  • Follow-up with owners of both Inspections and Findings in case progress is not happening as expected.

Go to Insights and track the performance of each Routine in terms of executions, Findings, people assigned, and more.

Key actions: 

  • Go to the “Routine Overview Report”.
  • Select the “Quality” in “Routine Type” to see the execution, activity and the breakdown by execution and associated Findings.
  • Go to “Routine Report”.
  • Select the Routine Name to track the activity, executions, and Findings.  Dig into Findings by by priority, status, departments, and more.
  • Download the Excel report to see the individual Checklist answers for every execution of the Routine.

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