Quality and IT — Critical Building Blocks for Industry 4.0
The world is changing fast, and as manufacturing transforms through the adoption of new digital technologies, the need to focus on quality is increasing exponentially. But do organizations understand the true meaning of digital transformation? Are the quality and IT organizations aligned and closely partnering together to manage risk and deliver on the brand promise? Are companies equipped to consume the unprecedented data that we will generate and be able to extract the right insights to make better decisions? Most companies are still in the learning phase to be able to answer yes to these key questions.
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Three Reasons Quality Professionals Must Be Part of Manufacturing’s Digital Transformation
Your company leadership team just issued a corporate goal (aka mandate) of reducing defects to fewer than five per million units made. This goal is coupled with a need to reduce manufacturing costs by 10 percent while meeting new good manufacturing practices (GMP) or ISO standards. Oh, and you have four audits coming up in the next two months.
You are not alone. Today, everyone is being asked to do more with less while improving quality and reducing risk. The strategies and tactics of the past won't work because the world of manufacturing is far different today then it was 10 or even five years ago. There are so many more moving parts, both internally and externally. And all those parts are moving much faster today. Just like the rest of the world.
Why IT Lobbied for Cloud QMS
Until recently, most quality departments were unable to select their own quality management system (QMS) software.
Making The Move To Cloud? Here’s What To Look For
Many organizations are operating with a ‘cloud first’ mandate. Business and IT leaders are prioritizing the transition to software-as-a-service and embarking on new cloud technology initiatives. In fact, Gartner says that more than $1 trillion in IT spending will be directly or indirectly affected by the shift to the cloud by 2020.