Quality control analysis is like having a special superhero team that makes sure products and services are top-notch. This team checks if things are made correctly and work well. They want customers to be happy with what they get. They use their special powers, called analytics methods, to do this.
One power is the “magnifying glass” called Statistical Process Control (SPC). This helps them find out if a product is made right by checking a few examples. Imagine making cookies and checking just a few to make sure they’re all tasty. That’s SPC!
Another power is the “puzzle solver” called Pareto Analysis. This helps find the biggest problems first. Think about a messy room. You start by picking up big toys before little ones. This is like fixing the biggest issues before the smaller ones.
The last power is the “magic wand” called Root Cause Analysis (RCA). This helps find the main reason a problem happened. Imagine a bike with a flat tire. You find a nail on the road that caused the flat. That’s RCA! Fixing the root cause helps prevent problems in the future.
So, quality control analysis makes sure products and services are great by using these superhero powers: the magnifying glass (SPC), the puzzle solver (Pareto Analysis), and the magic wand (RCA). Happy customers mean a successful business!