In our first 2 posts on Enterprise Quality Management Software we examined some of the strategic objectives that are driving companies to adopt Enterprise Quality Management Software as well as the metrics that are defining success in these implementations, especially cost of quality.
In our first post on HACCP Software, we talked about the need for HACCP software and the driving theories behind HACCP in general. In this post we will do a deeper dive on the software itself.
With the recent Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) putting Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) front and center, many companies are trying to understand what HACCP Software is and how it relates to other more familiar types of software like Enterprise Quality Management Software (EQMS), Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and more.
In Part 1 of this series introducing an upcoming project by LNS Research on Enterprise Quality Management Software, we discussed the Strategic Objectives many companies are pursuing on their journey towards continuous improvement. In this post, the second of five, we will examine the metrics companies are using to measure the success of strategic initiatives around quality management.