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The IS Certification Services has seen substantial growth throughout 2010 and 2011. This is directly attributable to the fact that companies are now seeking ISO Standards certification from suppliers before doing business with them. We recognise the importance to companies of gaining ISO Standards certification in order to achieve recognition and increase business revenue in today’s highly competitive market.
As a business owner, the companies you supply will no doubt also be seeking a supplier with ISO Standards certification in place. So why not make 2012 the year that your business enjoys all the advantages that ISO Standards certification can bring?
ISO stands for the International Standards Organisation and is set up with the aim of standardising the way we work or produce a product of service. It is the world’s largest developer and publisher of International Standards. ISO is a non-governmental organisation, bridging the public and private sectors. Many of its member institutes are part of the governmental structure of their countries, or are mandated by their government, while other members have their roots uniquely in the private sector, having been set up by national partnerships of industry associations. ISO thereby enables a consensus to be reached on solutions that meet both the requirements of business and the broader needs of society.
There are a number of advantages to any business in obtaining ISO Standards certification. The biggest advantage is of course the perspective of a third party assessment. All too often a company can underestimate the extent of an existing problem. This is where IS Certification Services can assist. Our friendly professional audit ensures that quality management is properly calibrated against the rest of the industry. ISO Audits enable systemic problems to be brought to light at all levels of an organisation, enabling any alterations that are required to be carried out effectively to the future benefit of everyone concerned. ISO Standards certification is also the most common type of certification, which makes it easier to implement new systems and understand changes. ISO Standards certification encourages organisations to consider their systems in place. The real value in ISO Standards certification of course lies in continuously improving those systems, which is why we here at IS Certification Services offer all our customers on-going support by email or telephone.
Studies have shown that companies certified to ISO Standards experience increased productivity and improved financial performance in comparison to uncertified companies. The clearly defined roles and responsibilities of employees and the accountability of management and established training systems all contribute to greater staff satisfaction and motivation. The ISO 9001 Standard is recognised worldwide as the authority for quality management.
Mutually beneficial supplier relationships are another key draw to ISO Standards certification and indeed many companies now seek suppliers who hold ISO Standards certification before entering into business contracts with them.
The ISO Standards certification process works towards ensuring consistency throughout production and accountability of staff.
At IS Certification Services we assist clients ranging from small one-person operations up to global blue-chip organisations for whom we offer set-up assistance and on-going support. We offer ISO Standards covering Quality, Environmental, Information Security and Health and Safety.
One of the foundations of ISO Standards certification is that all processes, from research and development to production are defined, outlined and documented, minimising room for error. Changes are well planned and implemented in ways that maximise efficiency.
Here at IS Certification Services we would be delighted to advise you on how we may help take your business forward in 2012. Why not contact us today for a friendly professional, no obligation discussion on how we can help? We look forward to receiving your call.
12 March 2012