Quality assurance is the processes and checks implemented to ensure that the quality and purpose of the desired product or service are completely fulfilled. It is different than Quality Control, as quality control focuses just on the final output, but quality assurance is a systematic approach applied at every step of the way to ensure that not only the final outcome is successful, but the entire process to obtain that output is also optimized.
There are basically two principles around quality assurance: “Fit for Purpose” which means that the final product/service should suitably and safely fulfill its final purpose of use; and “Right first time”, which ensures that there are not a lot of cycles of trial and errors before getting the final product.
Importance of QA
Implementing Quality Assurance is not only important for the consumers of the end products, but also significant…