Quality Improvement & -QA

Good quality doesn’t have to mean higher costs—in fact, it often means lower recall and warranty costs as a culture of quality takes hold

Quality improvement is an ongoing and continuous process that initially requires reviewing the performance of systems and processes to evaluate desired improvements in both functional and operational areas. Successful efforts rely on the routine collection and analysis of data.

How to ramp up your quality management?

If you find out that your quality management is not mature enough, there’re the proven options to reach higher quality management maturity and some of them can be implemented relying solely on your in-house QA resources, while others require external QA professionals’ involvement.








Our Methodology

The Subtractive Quality Assurance model broke through outdated views, providing the solution to complete projects with less time, fewer costs and higher quality.

In traditional mindset, businesses used to reduce the number of product defects by employing higher-quality components, but doing so increased costs and decreased profit margins.

Time to Delivery

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More Quality Issues

Money Spending

Break the impossible trinity

Time to Delivery

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LEAST Quality Issues

Money Spending

Our –QA model keeps time, quality and costs at optimal levels by pinpointing the root cause of the critical issue and resolving it from the source.

For decades, it has been widely applied in a variety of industrial and service businesses in Hong Kong and mainland China, and it has been a tremendous success!

Largest Industrial Manufacturing Company in EU

Increased SH Factory’s Product Reliability
from 10 years to 30 years