by Marcia Cole, on December 14, 2016
“Think of us as the invisible force identifying potential points of failure.”
Exosite’s QA team identifies potential points of failure in the process and the product while supporting Exosite projects by focusing on the total quality—from making sure team members have what they need to be successful, to asking if we remembered to add logging to the user management module, to iterative product testing, and then of course everything in between.
In the beginning, quality was thought to be achieved by inspection of the final product. This idea controlled business for years, until Dr. W. Edwards Deming emerged on the quality scene with a remarkable idea—”continual improvement and working together with the aim for everybody to win.” Dr Deming laid out his Fourteen Points for the Transformation of Management and the Seven Deadly Diseases (of management) and with his understanding of statistical measures and human nature, he transformed Japanese industry after WWII with such measurable results that the entire world took notice. It wasn’t until NBC aired the documentary If Japan Can, Why Can’t We? on June 24, 1980 that Deming gained attention in America for the significant contribution to Japan's amazing business success. It was the turning point for the American quality movement.
Fast forward to 2016, the Exosite QA team is continuing Deming's quality philosophies by continuously improving the quality of Exosite's products and services. The QA team is creating new automated test frameworks and testing services to enhance Exosite's products and your IoT solutions running on our Murano platform. Together we can help ensure you get the highest quality and best value for your IoT solution, that is designed, built, and tested right the first time.
Keep an eye out for more information about Exosite's Quality offerings in future blog posts.
For more information on the work of Dr. W. Edwards Deming, check out the Deming Institute.