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The Hidden Cost of Quality and Compliance

The Hidden Cost of Quality and Compliance: Unveiling the Value of Experienced Outsourcing In today’s competitive business landscape, the importance of maintaining rigorous standards for Quality, Environment, Product Compliance, and Information and IT Security cannot be overstated. For many organizations, particularly small to medium-sized enterprises, the dilemma often [...]

By |2024-04-02T22:54:00+03:0004/02/2024|0 Comments

What is BPMN and How to Use it for Process Modeling in Diagrams.net

In this blog post, we'll guide you through BPMN and demonstrate how to utilize it for process modeling in Diagrams.net, a free, open-source tool that enables you to create diagrams, flowcharts, and process maps.

By |2023-04-26T13:32:21+03:0004/26/2023|0 Comments

What is a Fishbone Diagram and how to make one using Diagrams.net

What is a Fishbone Diagram, and how to make one using Diagrams.net? As part of our series on quality management tools, we will talk about fishbone diagrams and how to create them using the tool Diagrams.net

By |2023-04-26T13:18:45+03:0004/26/2023|0 Comments

Is your RMA list difficult to manage?

RMA is an abbreviation of 'Return Merchandise Authorization'. It describes the process of a customer returning an item to either get a refund, have the product exchanged, or have the item repaired. The way many companies handle RMAs. Handling RMAs correctly and fast is essential for the satisfaction of [...]

By |2023-04-26T02:41:50+03:0012/10/2020|0 Comments

The efficient quality management system

... You record everything in one and the same program with Wismatix QMS. You can access Wismatix QMS anytime, everywhere as long as you have an internet connection. It’s easy to use, giving you a good overview of your quality management system and by using efficient and graphical statistics, you can pinpoint the weaknesses of your business. ...

By |2023-04-26T02:45:21+03:0011/17/2020|0 Comments

Quality Management vs Accounting!

… The quarterly accounts land in your inbox and it looks really good. Better than ever actually. Or rather: the last two quarterly reports look significantly better on the results page than the previous two. The company’s revenue has risen steadily and exceeds your target and budget in several areas. Very good.

By |2023-04-26T06:24:08+03:0011/17/2020|0 Comments

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