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It’s a common issue business professionals know all too well. Whether you’re a quality manager, an HSEQ lead, a training manager or an auditor, you’ve seen the benefits an electronic quality management system (EQMS) can bring to your organisation but finding the right solution is just half the battle. Selling the system internally and convincing management can often be the real challenge.
Perhaps people in your organisation prefer the old methods of doing things and are reluctant to change, or perhaps they need to see some tangible return on investment, or they have little time to investigate themselves and need information presented to them in a digestible format. Help is at hand. We’ve compiled a list of five essential resources to help you build a business case within your organisation.
Summary: A simple infographic demonstrating the value of electronic quality management software with key statistics and numbers – perfect for sharing internally.
Summary: Choosing the right software vendor is key, but assembling the right decision makers is equally important. This blog highlights the players likely involved within an EQMS purchase evaluation process and the people you will need to address and convince.
Summary: A step-by-step guide in communicating the benefits of an EQMS, aimed at bringing onside executive support by delivering a focused and consistent plan to validate your software decision.
Summary: This blog highlights the importance of information gathering when building a business case. Again, it highlights how one must consider all the key personnel who may be involved, detail the quality structure and assess the current quality processes.
Business Case Support
At Qualsys, we know that when building a business case, the decision to explore an EQMS further can come down to one simple thing: cost. Dedicated to working with you every step of the way, we will analyse your processes and help you produce an EQMS cost savings calculation to be shared internally. Find out more about cost savings now.