Introduction. The article is devoted to the evaluation of the quality management system. This article describes the classification systems. The analysis of the requirements for the quality management system from the point of view of system and process approaches and identifies what type of system is the quality management system.
Research methodology. This study focuses on the evaluation of the quality management system and its relation to a particular class of systems. In the course of this analysis it is necessary to consider the requirements for the quality management system from the point of view of system and process approaches and determine what type of system is the quality management system.
The results. On the complexity of the relationships in the system structure are: simple, complex. Communication in the structure of QMS play an important role, since they ensure its functioning as a whole. Communication between processes are characterized by the assignment (material and informational), force (significant and weak), direction (forward and backward).
It is considered the types of relations between processes. Origin of system are: natural, artificial. By way of control system are manual, automated and automatic. The nature of the relations of the system with the external environment of the system are open and closed.
Thus, QMS is an open system whose operation depends on the requirements and needs of our customers and stakeholders; energy, equipment, raw materials provided by suppliers of standards for legislative bodies; the boundaries of which are defined by other systems of enterprise management and the like.
The behavior in time of the system can be static or dynamic. According to the degree of certainty of the system are deterministic and probabilistic.
Conclusions. The article focuses on the evaluation of the quality management system. In this study the classification systems. The analysis of the QMS requirements for process and system approaches. The analysis found that the company QMS is a large, complex, man-made, with the automated, closely interacting with the environment, possible over time, and probabilistic system of interrelated processes.
Keywords: efficiency, agrarian production, productivity, development, gross production.