ISO certification will be accepted as the worldwide stamp of approval for businesses wanting to demonstrate compliance to quality systems. There are a whole host of benefits which is more related to becoming ISO certified and so, if you aren’t already, it could be a good time to start ISO facilitation. Certification can be a useful tool to add credibility, by demonstrating that your product or service meets the expectations of your customers. For some industries, certification is a legal or contractual requirement.

It is very important for a company to get ISO certification as it produces numerous benefits for the business such as meeting customer requirements in professional manner, attracting new customers, getting more revenues, promoting the brand, improving the company procedures and increasing customer satisfaction.

ISO is an independent, non governmental international organization with a membership of 165 national standard bodies.

Through its members, it brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus -based, market relevant International Standards that support innovation and provides solutions to global challenges.

How do you benefit from International Standards?

  • Industry : Become more competitive by offering products and  services that are accepted globally
  • Enter new markets easily
  • Raise profits by offering products with increased quality, compatibility and safety
  • Reduce costs by not reinventing the wheel and using available resources better
  • Benefit from the knowledge and best practice of leading experts around the world.

Regulators :

  • Harmonize regulations across countries to boost global trade
  • Increase credibility and trust throughout the supply chain
  • Make it easier for countries to outsource and specialize

Society :

  • Wider choice of safe and reliable products and services at competitive prices
  • Best practice and concerted action at the organizational level to practically address global challenges like climate change and sustainability

How does ISO work?

International Standards are created by the people who will use and be impacted by them. We call them EXPERTS and they come from industry, government, consumer organizations, academia, non governmental organizations, and more.

It is the MEMBERS’ role to identify the experts and ensure an active voice for the country.

The ISO Central Secretariat – ISO/CS – coordinates the development process and publishes the standards.

ISO will provide your business with the necessary tools to improve and unite your workforce, so that you can enjoy the benefits such as increased profit margins,  increased customer base and improved accuracy throughout all business operations. ISO Standard assessment and certification is recognised worldwide for giving you business the competitive edge, client confidence and market place leverage. So although the process seems daunting and time consuming, the benefits of taking the time and putting the initial hard work into certification is well worth it for the long term benefit achieved.

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