Specialization of Q-Auditors
Q-auditors have spent more than a decade developing a holistic methodology to best assist their clients in selecting favorable opportunities and implementing exceptional projects.
Our experience is offered to you as a service. An external quality representative, who is available as a specialist for customer-specific processes, evaluates your processes independently and creates possible further strategies with you.
Our approach is based on the strengths of extensive experience. These are shown in the References section.
This is done by using our well-developed network as well as our possible intervention in all important structuring, management and controlling processes.
In many companies, at least initially, there are inappropriate and inappropriate beliefs of management about both costs and improvements associated with building the certifiable management system. Senior executives are often unaware that many employees spend a significant amount of their time in interviews, workshops, and the preparation and review of documents. Moreover, it is often unclear that the very top management is required to build an IM system, e.g. in formulating a quality policy, setting priorities for quality objectives, and approving funds for the development and development of the quality system
We attach great importance to the careful selection of certification companies. Although we have already carried out projects with all of them, their experiences and specializations with regard to the internal and external impact of our clients are a risk factor to consider.
But above all, we protect the interests of our clients.
Austria and CEE
However, the above-average growth of companies based in the CEE & CIS region is in many cases limited by lack of access to capital, organizational weaknesses and inadequate technologies.
However, with a targeted supply of management know-how, capital and new technologies, it will still be possible in the future to achieve extraordinary returns and value increases in these markets.
Use crisis as an opportunity
Due to the financial and economic crisis, many large companies are also currently relocating parts of their business, or some of them are merging from other companies. Due to the greatly reduced personnel structure and the relocation of processes, deviations in the operational processes can currently take place.
Companies that react quickly to these changes can also benefit from a competitive advantage during the crisis. However, the risks that result from such operational changes can make up for them.
Know-how of longtime employees is lost. A possible lack of operational motivation and other factors can be identified and corrected through an analysis by independent, external auditors.