ISO stands for the International Organization for Standardization. It is common set of requirements to assure a quality product, in an increasingly global market It was originally intended for use by purchasing organizations as part of supply chain agreements with suppliers, as a means to define the basic requirements for giving confidence that products would meet the intended specifications. It represents a series of standards. It can be applied to every type and size of organization from manufacturing to service,small to large organization, moneymaking enterprises to nonprofit and governmental agencies, the standard has proven its worth as an effective model for managing an organizational system.
Benefits of ISO Certification
It improves efficiency and cost savings.
It enhances customer satisfaction and improved customer loyalty leading to repeat business.
It enhances business performance and better cost management
It increases organization’s image and competitiveness in the market
ISO is the evidence of a company’s financial status
ISO certified companies document, review, and approve product designs that meet applicable safety, regulatory, and customer requirements.
ISO certified company products reduce the need for the buyers to perform audits and reviews to determine if quality systems are in place and being maintained.