A few weeks ago, my guest post on IBS’s Quality Management 2.0 Blog highlighted some of LNS Research’s recent survey results. It showed the connection between quality management objectives and the measurement of the cost of quality. Interestingly, our research also shows that companies measuring the cost of quality are more likely to invest in and leverage a Quality Management Solution.
Quality Management 2.0 Blog
In today’s fast paced business environment, it is has become harder and harder for those concerned with quality management and service delivery related activities to keep track of all of their responsibilities as well as their required tasks without something falling through the cracks. The days of the yellow sticky note no longer suffice as a tool for us to organize the myriad of activities we are not only responsible to complete but also monitor and oversee. Our never ending attempts to remain focused appear to be futile in that we are growing ever busier and become easily derailed by sidebar activities and impromptu scheduled events. One advantage of having IBS software to manage quality processes is its ability to organize and streamline activities to address just these problems.
Topics: IBS Company News, Automotive Quality Management, CompliantPro, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, Customer Management Software, Corrective Actions and Preventive Actions, Compliance Software, Risk Management, Cost of Quality, Quality Data Management, Customer Q&A, Track & Trace, Crisis Management
Rebalancing the Product Complexity Equation
Topics: Automotive Quality Management, Quality Management Systems, Manufacturing Software, Quality Management Software, Enterprise Quality Management, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, Quality Assurance Management, Quality Control in Manufacturing, EQMS, Automotive, Quality Data Management, Enterprise Manufacturing Software, LNS Research, Matthew Littlefield