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Maximizing Supplier Quality with Limited Resources

In aerospace, Q&A, quality, Quality Management System by Alicia CheungLeave a Comment

Q&A with NTS Unitek Prior to the American Aerospace & Defense Summit 2018, we spoke to NTS Unitek to discuss how to maximize supplier quality with limited resources. In this Q&A, we discuss best practices to strengthen a supplier quality management program, how A&D companies can ensure product quality and what strategies A&D companies can employ to streamline their inspections and audits. This is an excerpt from the Q&A Generis did with NTS Unitek:

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Leadership Strategies for Enabling Supplier Quality Management

In medical device, medtech, operational excellence, QMS, quality, value chain by Alicia CheungLeave a Comment

When it comes to quality management, life sciences organizations all face a similar set of challenges derived from both the significant industry competition necessitating improved quality performance and reduced costs, and from ever-tightening regulatory compliance measures. Quality leaders in life sciences need to contend with these pressures while also meeting goals around innovation, and improving efficiency across the product development lifecycle in an industry that is relying more and more on a growing global network of suppliers, contract manufacturers, and other partnerships. The growing network of suppliers in life sciences means that visibility into supplier quality and across the value chain are more important than ever before, as an adverse event could quickly lead to recalls, fines, and irreparable brand damage.

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