Quality Control Automation
It can be difficult to quantify the amount of time and money that goes into running an effective quality management system. There are many costs that go into it. You have the hard labor costs of managing the quality records in your system (e.g. corrective actions, nonconforming products, customer complaints, training records, calibration records, etc.), cost in poor quality, cost in business interruption for audits and audit follow up, cost in consulting, and even the cost of your registration to ISO, FDA, or other regulatory body. The way your quality control system is managed can deeply impact those costs.