ISO 9001

ISO 9001 for Quality Management is a management tool for business development and optimization. The standard is used by over a million companies and organizations in more than 170 countries.

What is ISO 9001?

ISO 9001 is a quality management system that is recognized worldwide and is too many synonymous with quality and efficient management as well as a structured customer dialogue.

The management system goes hand in hand with other systems that you and your business might already use. For example, total quality management, quality pricing models, LEAN, six sigma, business process reengineering, balanced score card and activity based costing.

ISO 9001 for Quality Management gives you and your company clear definitions of processes, values, ongoing monitoring and evaluation, so that the organization has a recognized and basic management tool.

Why work with ISO 9001 quality management?

The ISO 9001 standard can secure your company new contacts and contracts and in many cases functions as a quality stamp, because the management system testifies and ensures that your organization can deliver a uniform and high quality.

ISO 9001 certification can thus ensure that customers choose your company rather than their competitor.

Everyone can work with quality and service

ISO 9001 sets requirements for the entire process and specifies both the requirements for establishment, implementation, maintenance and continuous improvement of the organization’s quality management (QMS).

Thus, ISO 9001 is a management tool that ensures that the organization creates a solid foundation for quality management and always focuses on creating improvements and keeping the company competitive.

The management system takes into account that you can organize and work systematically with quality and service in relation to your organization’s needs. It also means that quality management can be used by any organization, big or small, regardless of its field of action.

5 benefits of working with ISO 9001

  • An effective tool in global trade
  • A common language and a common approach to quality across borders
  • A market expectation or a market requirement
  • A tool for continuous improvement
  • A tool for optimizing processes and increasing efficiency and productivity