New legislation is being introduced rapidly. Fines have gone up, and the risk of non-compliance can have severe impact on a company's image and revenue. To address these factors, companies need to design compliance into all processes and aspects of a product. With an increasing global marketplace, even smaller companies must contend with legislation like WEEE, REACH, ROHS, CFR, TOSCA, OSHA, IFRA, and food and cosmetics labeling. requirements. When you introduce visibility across the lifecycle, you're ensured that products are compliant and delivered on schedule.
Infor industry-specific Product Data Management (PDM) can capture more compliance attributes and allow companies to act with proof of absence, versus the traditional opportunistic proof of absence. With this visibility, projects can start with compliant materials and processes, which eliminates many risks. Continual validation provides ongoing insurance. Automation of regulatory documents can eliminate manual reporting processes that add time and risk; the integration of compliance stakeholders throughout the process provides another level of assurance. To further reduce time to compliance, companies can subscribe to regulatory content. This minimizes time and costs to be achieve compliance.
Integrated PLM solutions from Infor have helped companies like yours:
Infor's PLM compliance solutions are proven to help manufacturing and retail enterprises of all sizes protect their products with a lower total cost compliance