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To 30 years of reducing quality risks & cost…

In 1984, Mr. Ed Sanchez started an organization that set out to reduce quality risks and cost.  His vision was to “not be the biggest, but the best,” and we have certainly lived up to those expectations over the last 30 years! Pro QC was started and is still headquartered …

A guiding mission

A consistent trend emerges as successful organizations demonstrate sustainable mission statements and visions.  In the quality industry, many certifications even require in-depth knowledge of mission statement development and keys for successful implementation.  In Fayol’s Four Functions of Management, the development of a mission statement and strategy are included within the …

Preparing for an audit

A previous Quality Q & A newsletter article featured tips for audit preparation.   In the reprinted content below, Pro QC’s Supplier Development Manager discusses how each party can expedite the process.   Preparation for a factory audit can be broken down by responsibilities of the client, supplier (factory) and third …

Evaluating inspection reports

Many companies anxiously await product quality inspection results and focus on the “accept” or “reject” status alone.  However, it is important to note that useful information exists within the details that are worth examining.  Here are a few things that should be considered: Defect Trends – An accepted inspection doesn’t …

Quality Quotes – Our Newsletter Collection (2007-2012)

Quality quotes are a popular topic, as we’ve seen in the ASQ LinkedIn Group and in feedback regarding our blog and newsletter.  As we issue quarterly newsletters, we include a “Quote of the Quarter.”  Here’s our comprehensive list of quotes, as noted in our newsletters going back to 2007. “Customers …