Justify Resources

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In Brief

Problems cannot be resolved without resources, and all resources require justification even if an issue assumes this from the purpose of a department.  Big issues are extremely difficult to justify as it typically pulls resources from and delays new product development.  GradeQ provides the hard numbers executives need to make an informed decision and the right choice  

  • Quality impact is calculated a month or two after a product ships based on simple parameters such as replacement cost, margin, and total estimated quantity of the components life cycle
  • Component quality naturally holds specific individuals accountable in specific departments limiting project scope and resources when addressing issues
  • Hard cost estimates of poor quality can be utilized to offset new product development costs for each situation
  • Receive early warning when costs estimates are high enough to bankrupt your business when there is still time to correct the problem

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