The cost of poor quality (COPQ) is an important consideration for any organization looking to cut costs, but that doesn’t mean the cost of good quality should be sacrificed too. Being proactive in avoiding the detrimental costs of poor quality can reduce the overall cost of quality without sacrificing any element of the final product.
Without the guiding hand of a quality management system (QMS), the cost of poor quality can spiral as defects and issues are missed during the manufacturing process, hindering a business’s growth potential. A QMS not only aids in swift problem resolution and seamless change management but also minimizes operational errors, often the silent culprits in escalating the cost of poor quality.
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Why investment in good quality is vital in keeping costs low
Where errors and other problems occur before the product reaches the customer
How to supercharge your cost reduction with an automated QMS