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What is ISO? Why being certified is an advantage?
The abbreviation “ISO” stands for International Organization for Standardization and it groups a series of international standards introduced in 1987 that define and structure a company’s management systems.
Learn more: www.iso.org
About ISO 9001:2008
The requirements for a quality system have been standardized – but many organizations like to think of themselves as unique. So how does ISO 9001:2008 allow for the diversity of say, on the one hand, a “Mr. and Mrs.” enterprise, and on the other, to a multinational manufacturing company with service components, or a public utility, or a government administration?
The answer is that ISO 9001:2008 lays down what requirements your quality system must meet, but does not dictate how they should be met in any particular organization. This leaves great scope and flexibility for implementation in different business sectors and business cultures, as well as in various national cultures.