3 tools every Quality Management System (QMS) must have in play
Any organization’s quality systems rely on a many intrinsic elements, but there are some more important than others. If you are looking to implement or improve your current quality assurance practices, start giving some thought to what these fundamentals may be. If you think it all seems too hard, begin with some dedicated thought on the following three essentials. Keep reading, the solution for your organization may be right in front of you.Read more
Good is just not good enough. Excellence endures!
"Good is just not Good Enough, Excellence endures!" is the powerful personal slogan of Peter De Brabandere, Founder/CEO of BizzMine. Peter explains what the idea is behind this powerful slogan.Read more
BizzMine: Cloud, Private Cloud or On Premises?
The different deployment options for BizzMine: Cloud, Private Cloud or On-PremisesRead more
Document Control software to set you up for AS9100
Every organization at some point, needs to look to what they do, and how they do it. Current quality assurance methods used, as well as documenting ”what you do” is essential for progress with compliance related matters. Compliance with AS9100, the standard for the Aerospace and Aviation industry is no different.Read more
How to maintain optimal use of QMS with suppliers
Organizations are making significant advances when it comes to inviting strategic partnerships. The reality that companies can achieve a mutual benefit from aligning goals is unmistakable, and seen by some as a prerequisite for continued success. Entering into supplier partnerships can be an exciting and purposeful adventure, however the road to enlightenment has some pitfalls that can be hazardous, if you’re not careful.Read more
How customer feedback can drive your quality processes
If we take a moment to think of the top five things that a business struggles with, customer retention has to be near the lead. We spend so much time trying to lure new business, only to discover we are then riding a roller-coaster of repeat business uncertainty. It’s definitely a challenge for any organization in these competitive times, and so it should be. I don’t think there are too many industries who can afford to adopt the mindset of “if you don’t like it, go somewhere else”. Your rivals will love that. So will their bank balance. Who knows? Maybe your organization is ridiculously successful, and doesn’t want, or need the business. If so, congratulations, however you probably won’t be interested in reading this. For the rest of us, we may need a little guidance on how customers, and their experiences can contribute significantly to our success.Read more