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ISO 9001

Documented efficiency thanks to the quality management system

The success or failure of an enterprise is determined not only by the quality of individual services: Equally important are the readiness and ability to respond flexibly and quickly to changes and the wishes of customers and markets. To meet this complex requirement, an effective quality management system is needed.

The quality management standards DIN EN ISO 9000, introduced in 1987, form the basis for quality assurance and quality management worldwide for many organizations in various industries and are the most widely used ISO (International Organization for Standardization) standard.

Benefits of ISO 9001 Certification

  • sustainable quality assurance
  • pointing out opportunities for improvement and maintaining potential
  • improving customer and employee satisfaction
  • image enhancement
  • risk minimization
  • higher efficiency due to process improvement
  • improving competitiveness
  • customer specific needs
  • feasibility regardless of industry
  • commensurability around the world

Globally Recognized Certificate of Competence according to ISO 9001

More than a million businesses and organizations worldwide are ISO 9001 certified. Nationally and internationally, a DIN EN ISO 9001 certified quality management system is the perfect proof competence and efficiency for enterprises and organizations of any size and industry. This standard currently consists of ten main chapters.

As part of ISO 9001 certification, among others:

  • continuous improvement and error prevention
  • reduce inconsistencies and waste
  • Define and monitor quality control costs
  • responsibility for product quality and safety
  • product development and technology
  • interdisciplinary collaboration

Updating ISO 9001

ISO 9001:2015 was published on 09/22/2015. The new edition takes into account the growing complexity of the environment of organizations and more precisely than before, focuses the standard on the characteristics and needs of organizations providing services. In addition, there is greater emphasis on process orientation, individual accountability of enterprises and organizations, and risk management. The structure of the ISO 9001 standard has also undergone a significant change. The introduction of a new high-level structure should lead to greater homogeneity of the management system standards and ensure consistent use of the main provisions and terms. This will facilitate the development of integrated management systems. What has not changed: Certification according to DIN EN ISO 9001 remains the only industry-independent certification standard for quality management systems and, after being amended, retains its most important goals, such as customer satisfaction and the production of corresponding quality products and services.

The implementation of ISO 9001-2015 helps:

- optimize and increase the efficiency of your activities and competitiveness in the market

- minimize the negative impact of business risks

- Improve the quality of governance in an organization

- make production processes transparent for customers

- increase the efficiency of the company

- improve the quality and safety of finished products

- Minimize the number of errors and inconsistencies by warning them in a timely manner

- allocate responsibility among managers and staff

Implementation and certification of a QMS allows a company to enter new markets for its products/services, expand sales channels and reach a new level of business development.

Benefits of ISO 9001-2015 certification at MCC:

certified by a reliable and prestigious international certification body TÜV NORD

- high level and quality of work carried out at competitive prices

- we help you identify "bottlenecks" and problem areas of business processes that reduce their efficiency and increase their labor intensity and cost

- a guarantee of independence and neutrality, as well as constant attention to the needs and requirements of our clients

Documented efficiency thanks to the quality management system

The success or failure of an enterprise is determined not only by the quality of individual services: Equally important are the readiness and ability to respond flexibly and quickly to changes and the wishes of customers and markets. To meet this complex requirement, an effective quality management system is needed.

The quality management standards DIN EN ISO 9000, introduced in 1987, form the basis for quality assurance and quality management worldwide for many organizations in various industries and are the most widely used ISO (International Organization for Standardization) standard.

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