Many organizations might see quality as an expense that is a necessary evil, especially when they have proactive processes in place to avoid nonconformance. But the reality is that there’s a big difference between the costs of good quality and the costs associated with handling and fixing poor quality products.
Investing in quality has a ripple effect across all areas of the organization, no matter its size or the industry in which it operates. From clear, tangible savings to improved brand reputation leading to more customers, this is a necessary step for any business serious about its future.
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Why reducing the COPQ will put money back into the company’s bottom line
The business case for an investment in quality
How the cost of good quality (COGQ) is important to consider for any organization