I would have to say that one of my favorite Quality activities is performing audits and training auditors.
Quality Management 2.0 Blog
Topics: Quality Management Systems, Supply Chain Management, Quality Management Software, IBS America, QMS, CAPA, Mary McAtee, Audit Management, Corrective Actions and Preventive Actions, Supply Management Software, Auditing Software, ISO9001
IBS America, Inc. asked seasoned quality and compliance management professionals what they felt as though their biggest mistakes were when first starting on the job. We combed through the most thought-provoking based on the responses we received, and have compiled this list for budding quality management professionals to take into consideration when launching their new careers.
Change is hard. Even if it is change for the better, getting it done can be difficult. Yet in companies today, change is being forced upon people like never before – specifically in the area of sustainability. Sustainable businesses by definition produce less waste, and less waste means less costs for companies. In a struggling economy, every chance for cost-cutting must be seriously considered.
IBS America, Inc. queried some of our customers that have been using the CompliantPro document control software to gain insight on our products and services. This month, customers were asked to respond with their top 5 features of the CompliantPro product. We've highlighted one of our customers' responses here.
When workplace safety is made a priority, it does more than minimize legal and regulatory risks. OH&S issues can have a tremendous impact on company reputation and workplace productivity – yet many companies fail to invest time and resources into managing these issues.
Quality, quality management, and quality control all encompass different aspects and processes within a company: many of which we cover with our IBS America, Inc. blog. We all have an understanding of what makes a quality product, but this definition is as numerous as products being manufactured.
Prior to purchasing IBS America, Inc. compliance software, Kodak was using a set of databases that were not integrated and which lacked needed workflow options for compliance management. These were used to communicate and manage all of Kodak’s compliance-related documentation.