Quality control refers to making sure that your products are in their best condition before they are packaged and delivered to the customer.
Quality control refers to the supply chain management. It is a clear factor responsible for the success or failure of your supply chain. It is also necessary for maintaining a competitive edge in the market. Without quality control it is challenging to keep track of the authentic customer experience.
The absence of quality control on the other hand, leads to piling up a lot of waste. In other words, quality control is not just responsible for detecting defects and scrap in a material but also for identifying external failures, toxic materials etc. If quality control is in place and monitored regularly it also saves the additional costs incurred on carrying inspections of a particular area.