How to Reduce the “Cost of Being Wrong”

It only takes one mistake – one distraction, contaminant, or error – to make a dramatic impact on your business. You never want to be the subject of a recall headline, turn away business because production had to be unexpectedly shut down, or threaten the health of consumers. But the fact is, that one mistake has the potential to destroy your reputation, your sales, and ultimately your bottom line.

The competitive marketplace and historic decline in customer loyalty raise the stakes for businesses who have a high dependency on each and every customer. The expenses associated with trying to fix that one mistake and regain the ground that has been lost can be significant. This is what we call the “cost of being wrong.”

Batch and process manufacturers, in particular, cannot afford to be wrong in this market. With the right processes in place, the “cost of being wrong” can be minimized. Hyper-Tight Process Control™ allows businesses to enforce scalable and repeatable processes that cannot be bypassed by employees. It provides businesses with improved visibility and control with quality control checkpoints that ensure that specifications and compliance standards are met consistently – even if the entire process must come to a halt during the journey. It enables companies like yours to identify quality issues within the supply chain as soon as possible and fix or eliminate them before they become problems downstream.

Hyper-Tight Process Control™ is what empowers companies to circumvent unnecessary mistakes and maintain the level of quality that customers have come to expect.

To learn more about how Hyper-Tight Process Control™ can help businesses like yours avoid the “cost of being wrong,” read our latest whitepaper.

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Originally posted March 2022

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As the PR Manager for Deacom, Kelly does more than write press releases and manage her digital Rolodex (aka LinkedIn). She is on a mission to eliminate the “Dee-a-kom” problem by creatively merging quality content, media relations, social media, data analysis, SEO, and event marketing to help boost the company’s awareness and reputation as a trusted ERP provider. HINT: It’s pronounced “dē·käm”.