Quality assurance is a planned and systematic means of assuring management that the defined standards, practices, procedures, and methods of a process are applied. The most effective way to manage quality cost is to prevent defects in the early stages of a project’s life cycle (PLC). It is always less expensive to detect and fix defects at the earliest stages than trying to fix them once they have occurred during production.

In developing products and services, quality assurance is any systematic process of checking to see whether a product or service being developed is meeting specified requirements. Many companies have a separate department devoted to quality assurance. A quality assurance system is said to increase customer confidence and a company's credibility, to improve work processes and efficiency, and to enable a company to better compete with others. Quality assurance was initially introduced in World War II when munitions were inspected and tested for defects after they were made. Today's quality assurance systems emphasize catching defects before they get into the final product. We help:

Detect defects early in the project life cycle
Establish a defect tracking system
Establish a quality gate (QG) framework
Establish defect prevention methods
Enable process improvement initiatives
Improve the quality of deliverables

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