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The Benefits Of Implementing Quality Management In The X Company Ltd


  • FORGACIU, Flavia
  • RAHAU, Loredana
  • NEAGU-MOISA, Gheorghe


Organizations operating now face many challenges, including profitability on a fluctuating market, competitiveness with other companies, adaptability, growth and technologies. Using a proven management system combined with ongoing external validation in accordance with ISO 9001:2000, enables the companies to continually renew their mission, strategies, operations and service level. International Standards are strategic tools and guidelines that help companies tackle some of the most demanding challenges of modern business. They ensure that business operations are as efficient as possible, increase productivity and help companies access new markets.To this respect, the paper presents the main steps in implementing the Quality Management System (QMS) within a company which deals with the distribution of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The study enhances the main benefits of the implementing quality management, such as the increase of domestic sales, competitive advantages, flexibility and ability to respond to market opportunities.

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  • FORGACIU, Flavia & RAHAU, Loredana & NEAGU-MOISA, Gheorghe, 2012. "The Benefits Of Implementing Quality Management In The X Company Ltd," Academica Science Journal, Economica Series, Dimitrie Cantemir University, Faculty of Economical Science, vol. 1(1), pages 51-58, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:tig:journl:v:1:y:2012:i:1:p:51-58

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