Udyoga is a Certified ISO 9001:2015 Organization. Udyoga’s approach for the Quality Management (QM) is to ensure that our customer products and services, within the purview of any given task/work order, serve their intended purpose and meet or exceeds the performance objectives. Udyoga’s Quality Management System (QMS) includes the following -

Quality Planning 
Quality Planning (QP) focuses on identifying quality requirements and standards for the project and product and documenting how the project will demonstrate conformance for both. The Quality Management Plan is the primary output of the Quality Planning process. QM reviews project/system activities on an ongoing basis to identify where audits should be conducted.  Those activities which are most critical to the success of the program and the quality of products are the first to be considered for audits.  The frequency of the audits is determined per the project/system schedules. 

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance (QA) is the process of evaluating a project’s processes and associated products for conformance with applicable policies, plans and procedures; and to provide staff and management with objective insight into the project’s performance. Quality Assurance Udyoga’s Quality Manager and Customer Program staff are responsible for the preventive action process.  Preventive actions are taken to eliminate the causes of potential nonconformities.

  • A. Audit of Process Areas: One of the main objectives of the process audits is to verify that artifacts are created per the Plans and confirm that these plans are being followed throughout the lifecycle. Depending on the scope of a project/system/system, the Waterfall, Agile, or hybrid methodologies are deployed. Following specific functional areas to audit first. 
    • Requirements, Design and Development, System Test and Evaluation, Agile Specific Processes, and Configuration Management
  • B. Audit of Work Products: Work product audits differ from process audits in that the focus of the audit concerns the quality of the work product. To perform this type of audit, Udyoga’s Quality team objectively evaluate the work product compliance with specifications, standards, plans, processes, and/or contractual agreements. The following is the list of possible System work products from which Udyoga’s Quality team will observe a representative sample, which will be jointly determined between Udyoga’s Quality team and the system team.
    • Project Charter, Detailed Business Proposal (DBP), Project Management Plan (PMP), Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP), Risk Profile/System Security Plan, Product Backlog for User Stories, Test and Evaluation Management Plan (TEMP), Solution Architecture, Interconnection Security Agreement (ISA), Interface Control Document (ICD), Detailed Design Specification Document, System Deployment Plan (SDP), Test Analysis Report (TAR), System Administration Manual

Quality Control

Quality Control (QC) is the process of monitoring and recording a project’s results to determine if they satisfy the projects requirements and needs. Methods of Quality Control include Testing (Verification and Validation) and Peer Review.