ISO Certification - Strategic tool for reducing cost, increasing efficiency and quality
ISO, an acronym for International Organization of Standardization is an independent non-government membership organization. It is world's largest developer of voluntary International Standards. International standards make things easy and work for businesses in almost every industry. They give top-notch specifications for products, services and systems to ensure top quality, safety and efficiency. They play a major in paving way for global trade.
ISO has published more than 19,500 International Standards covering almost all industry, ranging from food, technology, healthcare to agriculture. For a business like you, ISO International Standards are strategic tools for cost-cutting by minimizing wastes and errors and increasing productivity. So, it's important for you to go for ISO certification if you want to take your business to the next level.
What is ISO certification?
ISO certification is a seal of approval that a company runs to one of the internationally recognized ISO management systems. It is a big proof of a company's credibility. It gives your clients the confidence and assurance you will come up to their expectation level.
Why you should get ISO certification?
ISO certification is a strong statement to your stakeholders, employees and senior management that you operate according to a set framework in order to achieve your business goals. Whether you want to meet your customer service objectives, production objectives or employee performance objectives, an ISO certification can help you in reaching these objectives. You will find a major improvement in efficiency. This will allow you to reach your operational targets and sales targets quickly and efficiently. ISO certification cost and duration
It generally takes 6 to 8 weeks to get an ISO certification. However, the delivery period may vary from the requirement and nature of organization to organization. ISO certification cost too varies from one company to another. It is dependent on the size of the company and the level to which it runs in regards to processes and procedures. And, you need to pay more if you want to implement more than one standard at a time.
ISO 9001 quality management - The best ISO certification to start with
ISO 9001 quality management is the best ISO certification to start with as it is a core standard on which all other standards are based on. The certification is focused on customer service and makes sure your customer exactly receives the service they want at a time that is appropriate and, in their budget. ISO 9001 will perform the task for the betterment of the business as the system covers eight main business principles. The principles are customer focus, guidance, participation of people, progression approach, systematic approach to management, recurrent improvement, accurate approach to decision making and mutually useful supplier relationships.
There are many more ISO certifications that you can opt for influencing your bottom line. Some of the popular standards that ISO can certify are
BS EN 15713
BS OHSAS 18001
ISO certifications help you streamline your work processes, access new markets and facilitate free and fair international trade. Reach us soon to speak to us about your specific ISO certification requirements. We will recommend you one that meets your business requirements and matches with your goal.
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