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"The greatest discovery of any generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitude."

" Human beings possess capabilities of mind that are literally beyond genius..
 
Quality should always be a conscious goal, “never an afterthought” .
QMS, QMS India,Quality Management System, overview, QMS Advantages, Service management, QMS approach, About QMS, Special benefits, Key principles, Features, Quality manual and documentation

Due to globalization companies have got an easy access to any country, which has led to cutthroat competition. Monopolies of many companies in different markets have come to an end. Today companies are spending millions on so many issues, just to maintain their market share. This cutthroat competition has given two good things to the consumers i.e. Good quality of goods at best price.

To remain in the market and to maintain their market share, initially company’s started playing with price. This price war has literally confused consumer about the quality of the product. So, this method of fighting the competition has made a big hole in the pocket of many companies. Many companies then realized that pricing strategy is only a short term strategy to face the competition. Then the war began on the quality front, continuous improvement in the quality is the long term strategy. Companies started deploying various techniques and tools for the improvement in the quality such as TQM, SIX Sigma, Kaizen and ISO, etc.

Improving the quality of the product/ service is one thing and maintaining those quality standards is another thing.Therefore, implementing a Quality Management System (QMS) within an organisation needs to be a decision by top management. The objective of the quality system needs to be clearly defined so that the system can be effective.

 
 
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