TIPQA™ – Quality Management Solution
Companies use TIPQA to achieve continuous and measurable improvements while advancing customer service, productivity and profitability. We allow industry leaders to control compliance and effectively manage quality within their supply chain. TIPQA supports best practices in quality and will help you build a comprehensive continuous improvement strategy for your organization.
TIPSQM™ – Supplier Quality Management
Suppliers play a critical role in Quality Management. TIPSQM will dramatically improve your supplier quality management and keep costs under control. We are in the process of developing a new web portal to help manufacturers manage the quality life cycle of their suppliers and measure performance.
TIPBIS™ – Business Information System
TIPBIS enhances online communication and simplifies complex data. With TIPBIS, users have the ability to create sophisticated charts with drill-down capabilities to identify trends and find the root cause before they become a problem. Data can be mined at a corporate level, by business unit or by plant for a precise view of quality performance.
Industry Leaders That Use TIPQA Include:
Get Your Free Supplier Management White Paper
Download our TIPSQM Supplier Quality Management White Paper and discover how proper control over your supply chain is the key to higher quality and improved customer satisfaction.
This paper will outline:
- How to mitigate risk within the supply chain
- How to support compliance and regulatory requirements
- How to build standardized metrics
- How to analyze quality data
- How to build stronger relationships
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