ISO 9000

What is ISO 9000?

 

‘ISO 9000’ refers to a system of standards set by the International Organization for Standardization for helping companies adhere to preset standards for quality. It also helps them document the set standards which helps in maintaining the said quality.

 

ISO 9000 is not industry-specific and hence, can be applied to organizations of any size and in any industry. Hence, it is always a good idea to build a company based on the recommendations of ISO 9000 as it is considered as the base level of a quality system.

 

A company adhering to ISO 9000 standards will have more satisfied customers and employees, achieve continuous improvements as well as meet all regulatory requirements. All of these factors contribute to increased revenue and eventually, the success of the company in the long term.

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