Compusense20 Lite can help you manage your product quality risk by running a Tetrad test with your trained assessors. The Tetrad test is an analytical test that is used with trained assessors rather than consumers. The question you ask your assessors is simple, sort the 4 samples into 2 groups that are most similar.
Quality test methods are used to evaluate a product based on its sensory attributes and overall consumer perception to ensure it meets certain standards of excellence and consistency. These methods provide a consumer-centric assessment of product quality, ensure consistency and adherence to quality standards and drive continuous improvement and customer satisfaction. Examples include, but are not limited to, Shelf Life, Degree of Difference,
Difference from Control, In/Out, etc.
Quality test methods are used to evaluate a product based on its key attributes to ensure it meets specific standards of excellence for consistency. These methods provide an internal assessment of the product quality to adhere to quality standards and achieve customer satisfaction. Examples include, but are not limited to, Shelf-Life, Degree of Difference, Difference from Control, and In & Out methods.