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Engage Suppliers in 8D Problem Solving Process

Published by Kate Apking Kate Apking · June 19, 2019
Engage Suppliers in 8D Problem Solving Process

The eight disciplines (8D) model is a problem-solving approach for product and process improvement, mostly used by quality engineers or other professionals. Its purpose is to identify, analyze, correct and establish long-term solutions to eliminate recurring problems. 

It is an effective way for your team to determine the root cause of the problem by using a structured 8-step process.  

Would you like to easily perform an in-depth root cause analysis and implement corrective actions? 

Explore our TeamGuru’s 8D Reports module. It manages not only internal but also EXTERNAL 8D Reports. Since this functionality enables you to set up suppliers access and online management of their 8D actions, you will significantly eliminate email communication with your suppliers. 

Sign up for a TeamGuru trial today. You can also request a call with one of our specialists that will be happy to walk you through the tool and give you a personalized Demo.  

Video Guide: 8D Reports

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