Quality Assurance for Cultural Organizations
NVP Software Solutions provides cost-effective Quality Assurance for Cultural Organisations with special attention to their particular needs and constraints.
The case against Quality Assurance by Cultural Organisations usually has three major parts to the argument.
- We are not measured on the ‘bottom line’
- We have no funding for Quality Assurance
- We have no need for Quality Assurance
NVP Software Solution’s Quality Assurance for Cultural Organisations program takes these three arguments very seriously and makes sure that the solutions provided address these points as follows:
The solution provided looks for items which are currently taking more time than they should and diverting resources and funding from the main purpose of the organisation. Cultural Organisations may be competing against regular corporations for attendance and support. Cultural Organisations have neither the time nor the resources to waste in bad IT practices when they are up against very large commercial companies. The solutions (based on many years of experience) save time by removing redundant practices and replacing them with time-effective processes in all your IT practices. You gain time!
The solutions provided are measured against the savings in expenditure. The return must be positive in order for a solution to be recommended. Nothing will be implemented unless it saves money. One change will have many years of beneficial impact. You save money!
Cultural Organisations are increasingly being measured on the same criteria as for-profit organisations. Their customers expect the same level of efficiency, effectiveness and convenience as a regular organisation. Boards are looking for savings that will allow more resources to be used for the main purpose of the organisation. You reduce your risk!
Our Quality Assurance for Cultural Organisations services include:
- Finding existing Quality Assurance issues.
- Recommending improvements.
- Creating processes to implement the improvements.
NVP’s assessments provide guidance to improve your processes and the quality of your software and allow the organisation to operate more effectively. Quality Assurance is not about adding difficulty; it is about subtracting redundancy and waste.