7 KPIs Your QMS Should Provide

Create actionable insights that decision makers can count on.

Your quality management system can transform your company by improving processes, reducing waste, and lowering costs. At the same time, it can help you build safer products, increase consumer safety, and instill confidence that generates more sales. But, these benefits can only be unlocked by using the right quality metrics to drive timely and informed decisions. 

This webcast will provide 7 key performance indicators that leading quality management teams use to benchmark operations and create actionable insights that decision makers can count on. 

  • Developing a data-driven approach to quality management
  • Monitoring your QMS through real-time dashboard and reports
  • Using data analytics to make smarter business decisions

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Sameer Kadam

Solutions Consultant

Sparta Systems

Sameer has 20 years of IT and consulting experience. Before Sparta, he held a variety of technical and project management roles at Lodestar Corporation, Computer Sciences Corporation and RWD Technologies. Sameer is an expert on product registration tracking and correspondence and commitment tracking. He holds a B.S. from Rutgers University.

Mickey Shah

Managing Director

Process Stream

Mickey is Process Stream's Managing Director of Business Development, where he's responsible for growing and maintaining new revenue streams for Process Stream, including Managed Services, streamLYTICS, and Cloud Development. Mickey first joined Process Stream in 2013.

Dirk Dusharme

Editor-in-Chief

Quality Digest

A well-known and long-time industry journalist with deep roots in electronic and engineering, Dirk often covers technological trends, test and measure, and supply chain performance.



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