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Four Best Practices to Improve Quality in the Supply Chain
Four Best Practices to Improve Quality in the Supply Chain

Markets and manufacturing practices have evolved and companies now work with an increasing number of global manufacturing and supply partners. As companies have pursued this broadened supply chain strategy, the ability to manage quality risk has become more challenging. In this new paradigm, quality management does not end at traditional corporate boundaries. Leading companies are able to better manage risk and gain competitive advantage by investing in extending the quality enterprise to include suppliers and contract manufacturers.

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Markets and manufacturing practices have evolved and companies now work with an increasing number of global manufacturing and supply partners. As companies have pursued this broadened supply chain strategy, the ability to manage quality risk has become more challenging. In this new paradigm, quality management does not end at traditional corporate boundaries. Leading companies are able to better manage risk and gain competitive advantage by investing in extending the quality enterprise to include suppliers and contract manufacturers.

Please CLICK HERE to view this whitepaper.

Four Best Practices to Improve Quality in the Supply Chain