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WHAT IS ISO?
ISO is an independent international organisation that facilitates innovation and leads way to the development of trade. The objective of getting yourself registered is to advance the improvement of standardisation in technology. ISO has listed internationally recognised standards to encourage worldwide exchange of goods. ISO certification improves the credibility of your business and helps you get more business. You might have seen ISO 9001 quality mark on products from large companies. This can be attained through ISO certification body in India which helps you on obtaining ISO certification.
Companies looking to obtain ISO certifications, ISO registration process or ISO certificates including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 2000, ISO 27001, ISO 50001, ISO TS 16949 etc.. can contact us.
ISO certificate is now required in a majority of government tenders.
ISO certification helps your organisation helps credibility to build overseas business.
ISO standards are designed to enable an organisation to serve their customers better and hence increase customer satisfaction by meeting customer requirements.
Since product quality matches the international level, this can reduce the risk order rejections which can occur due to the flaw in the product.
ISO certification implementation enhances functional efficiency of an organisation. ISO certification agency helps you develop SOP’s & work instruction for all your processes. ISO implementation help to manage the resources effectively, as you became able to utilise all your resources to its maximum extent.
ISO certification helps to improve the credibility of business with a current & new client which leads to creating nice market for business.
To improve the quality of product, organisations have implemented some rules and regulations as per requirements of IS/ISO 9001. The standard IS/ISO 9004 has an important element of self assessment and this standard is not agreeable to certification.