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Quality Management 2.0 Blog
It’s been said that supply chain risk today is riskier than ever before. Why? Well, there are several reasons.
Topics: Quality Management Systems, Supply Chain Management, Quality Management Software, Food and Beverage Control, Quality, Compliance Software, Supply Management Software, Supply Chain Risk, ISO Quality Management System, Mike Richman, Quality Digest, Supply Chain
The Business Case for taking EQMS beyond NC/CAPA
Topics: Quality Management Software, Enterprise Quality Management, CAPA, IBS Quality Whitepapers, Supply Management Software, Risk Management, ISO Quality Management System, EQMS, NC/CAPA, Enterprise Manufacturing Software, LNS Research, Matthew Littlefield
As quality professionals, you are often faced with collaborating with production processes and other departments within your organization towards a common goal: make the business more profitable. Most often, you have a unique insight as to how to make this possible, but you don't know how to make your vision a reality. To do this, you must understand that one of your most important allies in your company is the financial department, and we'll show you how to speak their language to help your organization benefit.
Walter Shewhart and W. Edwards Deming began development of quality improvement tools in the 1930s-40s, and in 1976 the Japanese Society for Quality Control Technique Development expanded on their tools for a more comprehensive list of quality control tools. Today, we use these tools as devices to help accomplish purposes of our quality improvement techniques, with these tools alone or incorporated within quality control software.
Running a successful business requires several key components including innovation, collaboration and cooperation. Chief among the components a business should have in place is a quality management system. Here are 10 top reasons why you should consider investing in a quality management system for your business operations.