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QT9 Quality Management Software can keep your organization compliant and cost effective.

Our world of quality is always evolving. Organizations like ISO are continually improving to advance how we address and asses our goals. ISO claims that common benefits of a sound Quality Management System (QMS) are; cost savings, reduction in nonconforming product, improved process performance, enhanced customer satisfaction, access to new markets, increased market share, and environmental improvement. But realizing these benefits can only be achieved if your QMS is properly equipped & efficient.
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Key things to consider when select an eQMS solution for your company

It is a big decision to move from a paper based or Excel based quality system to a fully integrated eQMS platform. It is very easy to see the benefits of how efficient your team will be and how much time you will save when you walk through software demonstrations. But how much work does it take to get there? What type of technology do we need – client server, web based (in the cloud), or on premise web based? Does the eQMS link to ERP? What are the resources needed, and how soon could we be up and running? How expensive is training and implementation? How many software modules are available? How is licensing purchased and do I have to buy eQMS by module? These are important questions to ask when considering a full on quality management software solution.
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Benefits and Advantages to Automating Your QMS

Sometimes it is hard to quantify the amount of time and money that goes into running an effective quality management system. There are so many costs that go into it. You have the hard labor costs of managing all of the quality records in your system (ie: corrective actions, nonconforming products, customer complaints, training records, calibration records, etc.), cost in poor quality, cost in business interruption for audits and audit follow up, cost in consulting, and even the cost of your registration to ISO, FDA, or other regulatory body.
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What are the significant changes to ISO 9001:2015?

Every 8 years ISO 9001 goes through a major change that enhances the previous version. Their goal is to make compliance more meaningful to your company and your products/services. The changes have a more proactive initiative than the previous reactive version. Risk assessment, understanding your QMS concerns and knowing what the needs are of your internal/external parties, are all part of the need to predict what types of risks are out there and how you will lessen or eliminate that risk. The return on investment for any QMS, has always been the prevention of mistakes or added costs to the products and services companies provide.
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