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Role of Quality Management Systems

Catering to the various needs of consumers and customers needs has taken different roads over the years. Quality control plays a vital role in delivering a reliable product to the end user; serving the shelf life is merely a criterion, with demand for the longest lasting and efficient products. Along the same lines, Quality Management Systems (QMS) serves an essential component of the product lifecycle. QMS culminates various parameters such as organizational goals, policy compliances, processes followed, documentation, inspections, and grading specifications.

QMS explained in detail

QMS dates back to the early days of quality inspection where the end-user experience was considered as the benchmark for quality assessment. From there, compliance regulations came into the picture, requiring various stages of inputs that determine the end product before it is channeled into the production line. The early 2000s saw the incorporation of sustainability criteria and regulatory initiatives considering both the customer and the management goals; ISO audits and product specifications played a vital role in determining the end quality of the product available to the consumer.

QMS: History & Evolution

Although initially termed by Ken Croucher in 1991, QMS was widely recognized as a business requirement in the 21st century. Today, it is defined as the business requirement and compliance parameter required to manufacture a particular product. It not only governs the product line but also manages every worker contributing to the end product. Be it a simple bolt in a car assembly or the main chassis that supports the entire vehicle, QMS stretches its roots into the most intricate functionalities involved in product lifecycle management. The whole process consists of quality inspections, testing and calibration standards, compliance regulations, and internal and external audits. In the modern age of digitalization, software governed compliances mediate the production line, requiring various process parameters which determine the succeeding processes within the entire product lifecycle management.

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