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Consumers Want Incredible Quality Control: Here’s How To Deliver

Consumers Want Incredible Quality Control: Here’s How To Deliver

If you scroll through the comments section on any e-commerce website, including Amazon, you’ll see one issue that continually comes up: quality control. While most of your audience is prepared to put up with an ugly design, they won’t tolerate products that don’t perform as advertised. 

Quality control, therefore, needs to be at the top of your list of priorities, but how do you make it a reality? Here are some strategies that you can use to improve quality control in your business. 

Strategy #1: Create A Plan To Spot Errors Fast

All businesses have quality control issues. It’s just part and parcel of mass production; always has been, always will be. It’s how firms deal with errors that separate the truly exceptional companies from the rest. 

The trick is to have a strategy in place ahead of time that you use to identify and resolve quality control issues before they wind up, affecting a large swathe of output. Having someone directly responsible for reviewing quality control is essential. It would help if you had someone to take on the burden of ensuring that goods are of the highest quality before allowing them out into the market. 

Strategy # 2: Upgrade Your Equipment

Modern equipment is much better at detecting faults in your products than the machinery of yesteryear. Today’s plant comes with a host of intricate sensors that can immediately inform operatives if there is a problem on the line.

You don’t necessarily have to upgrade to computerized, software-led machinery if you do not wish. You can now purchase a wide range of equipment that comes with advanced sensors that use direct means to tell you about faults, like buzzers and alarms. 

Strategy #3: Train Your Employees

When it comes to detecting faults, your employees are your first line of defence. You need a group of competent people who know where to look for problems and how to spot signs of abnormality.

Training your employees offers several benefits. First, you give them the knowledge that they need to identify problems and fix them before they start costing you a lot of money. And, second, it helps you retain staff. The more expertise that you can give the people in your firm (and the more valuable you can make them), the longer their tenure with you will be. 

Strategy #4: Use Data Gathering Technology

You won’t reveal all the problems with your line with regular inspections. Sometimes you need potent data gathering and processing tools to identify issues (especially when you want to predict problems ahead of failures). 

Installing piezo transducer sensors allows you to detect possible mechanical issues in your production processes before equipment breaks. These small devices detect changes in pressure and strain in material and provide you with audible buzzing noises as well as computer signals telling you something is wrong. 

Defining quality standards is vital in any organization, but especially those that create products. With these strategies, you can say goodbye to low-quality output and hello to happier customers. Remember, the better your quality control, the higher your brand value.

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Cyber Geek Girl

Lisa Ventura (AKA ‘Cyber Geek Girl’) is a Content Marketer, PR, Digital and Cyber Security professional, and is an active blogger and influencer. She loves technology, gadgets, sci-fi, heavy metal music and is fascinated by hacking/cyber security and nuclear war. ‘Cyber Geek Girl’ is Lisa's window to her world and contains articles, reviews, advice, interviews, hints and tips on a variety of different topics and subjects that she is passionate about. Lisa loves dogs and is the proud owner of a GSD/Husky cross dog called Poppy, who is her world. She can be contacted via

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