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Our Quality Assurance Philosophy

November 16, 2015

“Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!”

― Lewis Carroll, Alice Through the Looking Glass

Quality Assurance doesn’t mean one simply should be working permanently, it also means working better and better. It doesn’t mean simply doing your job well, it also means supporting your project team so they can perform better. It means being aware of one’s responsibility in a project success, not one’s personal results but a project in a whole, reaching common goals for the team.

Quality Assurance means planning the present state of things to meet the expected result, making required changes into project implementation process – constantly setting/regulating/tightening in order to gain the best possible results.

Assuring quality means being attentive to everything that is related to project implementation, staying focused on every detail, understanding the level of each action impact on expected result.

Assuring quality means continuously doing the best!

Perfection has no limits, neither does quality.

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