Olenick & Associates presents at CQAA


July 31, 2007.  Al Rago, Senior Associate, presents at CQAA meeting.

A best-in-class organization exhibits exemplary best practices. Such an organization is clearly singled out from the pack and is recognized as a leader for its procedures for dealing with the acquisition and processing of materials and the delivery of end products or services to its customers. The concept of best in class is closely allied with total quality management, and one tool that can help in achieving this status is benchmarking.

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