Abdulla (2010) article mainly focuses on the understanding of various practices of Total Quality Management, commonly referred to as TQM, in the Malaysian small to medium sized enterprises and the differences in the incorporated features at both lower and high levels of SMEs. This term, just like UK, USA, Japan, China and Korea is defined in terms of the number of employees and output quantity. However, the idea of TQM in SMEs has been an issue of consideration in various Malaysian plans from the sixth to ninth plan. In these plans, SMEs have been given good attention following their major contribution in the Malaysian economy in the sense that they dominate the manufacturing establishments, manufacturing outputs and employment opportunities. However, much weight was given to it in the ninth plan (2006- 2009) in which technology was also given a priority in the TQM to bring improved effectiveness and efficiency in customers services, excellence in operations and improved human integration.