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niya-j
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Quality assurance deals with setting and perfecting metrics for quality control to following and determining whether these metrics align with the overall Quality Management Plan. In contrast, quality control is the act of checking/ measuring the deliverables and seeing if they align with the aforementioned metrics. Both of these processes fall to ensure a product of quality for the stakeholder and make sure the product is safe for use.

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Posted : 25/04/2021 8:44 pm
Rb668
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QC can be defined as "part of quality management focused on fulfilling quality requirements." While QA relates to how a process is performed or how a product is made, QC is more the inspection aspect of quality management but we should consider that QA is a proactive process that starts even before the work on the deliverable has started, while QC is a reactive process and its activity starts as soon as you start working on the deliverable.

 
 
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Posted : 30/04/2021 8:58 am
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