One of the goals of a business is to continuously earn profit and exceed sales on a day to day basis. How are they going to that? Through making sure that the quality of their products are base on their standards. Why is it necessary?
- Let us say for example, you are selling micro braid. Man-made and machine made, you have both its types. However, a machine from your wig factory are not as accurate and consistent compared to the works of the people who are actually doing all the steps on the process of wig making. If there is no quality control, customers will somewhat have the confusion and might ask why the wig he or she purchased is way different from the wig his or her friend brought from the same store? The expectation of having the same quality is there and businesses need to take care of that so there will be a repeat business and the store will also be recommended.
- Quality control is not just for the customer’s perceptions but also for the reputation of the company or business as a whole. If no quality control will be implemented, the chances of getting negative reviews publicly is big. And no business owner would want to have a negative review.
- Quality control will save time, money and effort. The more low quality products are produced, the more cost will be presented to cope with the reject products and proceed producing another set of the same products. Together with money, you will be needing the same amount of time to reproduce the product for the buyer and exert more effort on it.
- Being able to provide quality products is also an opportunity for new doors such as resellers, distributors, and even franchise. So do not rush the process.