QFD (Quality Function Deployment)

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Definition: QFD (Quality Function Deployment)

In olden days one would stitch his/her clothes directly from tailor to get the right size and design. Here tailor himself used to take the measurement and complete the final clothing to get the right quality and design.

But now in today’s modern world people have started adapting to machine made products produced in bulk.

To maintain the same quality with personal touch Quality Function Deployment was introduced. It helps to narrow down the gap between producer and the end user. It integrates the needs of customers with quality, design, development, engineering, etc. to come up with the product closest to customers requirement.



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