Tag: QMS

The Journey from Paper-based to Digital QMS, Monsters Identification Guide

The journey from paper-based to a digital QMS could be challenging and full of monsters, regardless of where you are in that journey, being able to identify these monsters will help you arrive to the wanted destination. Focusing on Small and Medium businesses, in this article I will shed some light on journey stages that you will go through, trying to indirectly describe the shape and color of each monster you will face, or have already faced, depending on where you are in your Journey.

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Your Quality Management System Should Be on the Cloud, Here’s Why!

Are you in the process of reviewing your customer and regulatory requirements? Is your legacy QMS system causing you headaches and requires more and more people to maintain and tweak? Are you unable to perform tasks remotely without breaking access and security policies? Any of these can cause a long and drawn-out process as you try to ensure that all the checks and balances are there and that the job gets done.

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Why it is time for every company to think of Digital Transformation NOW!

The world’s digitalization has made every business sector utilize digital technologies to not only survive but transform the way business is conducted. Technology is not a choice anymore. The majority of alerted companies’ workplaces today are equipped with the latest transforming technologies that are increasing productivity, changing customer interaction approaches, and encouraging decision-makers to make data-driven decisions.

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We are NOT done with Remote Audits!

Audits whether internal or external, for certification bodies or regulatory, for suppliers, vendors, customers, and others, will still be needed as an effective way to catch weaknesses, identify strengths, fix problems, assess or examine products & processes, and inject improvements. An auditing system that allows conducting things remotely, collecting objective evidence, and communicating feedback in a collaborative way is a must to ensure that audits will remain effective despite the virus situation.

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