Quality control is an integral part of the software development process which ensures that a finished product meets expectations through predictable and peer-checked design methods. Because customer satisfaction is the key to business prosperity, it is not sufficient to merely test software to confirm that it works; bugs can and do appear months or even years later. While eliminating these bugs may not always be achievable 100% of the time, quality control processes based on code review can help keep their numbers at a minimum.
Tech Pro Research's IT Quality Control Policy provides guidelines, but you can modify it to meet the needs of your organization. Use this policy to help you establish guidelines for your workplace. Simply copy the text from the zipped PDF into your favorite word processor and customize it to fit your needs.
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