With over 1.1m certificates around the world (Source: ISO Survey), ISO 9001 has the widest appeal of any management system scheme. With its very clear emphasis on focussing the whole of an organisation to delivering the needs of its customers, ISO 9001 is seen across the globe as the certificate which delivers organisational improvement and customer and client satisfaction. The fundamentals of ISO 9001 are explained further by ISO.
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ABS QE introduce ISO 9001 and explain how organisations certified to ISO 9001 may experience significant financial benefits, as well as improved processes and increased customer satisfaction.
BSI examine how ISO 9001 is about ensuring you understand your customers’ requirements and are perfectly poised to deliver products and services that satisfy their requirements consistently.
Bureau Veritas describe how implementing certified quality practices ensures that your business is lean and maintains an edge over the competition by being able to respond to changing needs in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.
DEKRA discuss how you can systematically gain new customers and at the same time steadily improve the quality of your processes with DEKRA-certified quality management.
DNV GL Business Assurance discuss how an ISO 9001 certificate proves that your quality management system has been certified against a best practice standard and found compliant. Certificates issued by a third party certification body/registrar, such as DNV Business Assurance lets customers know they can trust that you have implemented the necessary internal processes to meet obligations.
Intertek‘s expertise has brought confidence and assurance to thousands of organizations. The ISO 9001 standard helps you develop a Quality Management System to meet your customers’ quality requirements while continually improving operational processes. Since the standard is neither industry- nor product-specific, it may be used by any organization that provides a product or service.
Lloyd’s Register show one of the major strengths of ISO 9001 is its wider appeal for all types of organisation. Because it focuses on processes and customer satisfaction rather than procedures, it is equally applicable to service providers as well as manufacturers.
SAI Global explore some of the benefits of ISO 9001 including helping an organisation to achieve consistent business processes and drive measurable, cost-saving performance improvements.
SGS discuss how to demonstrate your commitment to both service quality and customer satisfaction with ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System certification.
TÜV SÜD examine how, by implementing a quality management system, all quality demands on the company can be taken into account.