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ISO literally means International Standard Organization or International Organization for Standardization. ISO prescribes a set of requirements that, if effectively implemented by a business organization, will provide the confidence that the certified organization can consistently provide goods and services that can meet the needs of the consumer.

ISO 9001:2008 is the International Standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS). It provides the company with a set of principles that ensure a qualitative approach to the management of the business activities to consistently achieve customer satisfaction.

  1. Inspires confidence of the market and     helps in increasing the business
  2.  Facilitates the organization to become a customer focused organization
  3.  Customer satisfaction- through delivery of products that consistently meet customer requirements
  4. Proven business credentials- through independent verification against recognized standards
  5. Involves Top management in the improvement of the Quality management System
  6. Reduced operating costs- through continual improvement of processes and resulting operational efficiency
  7. Legal compliance- by understanding how statutory and regulatory requirements impact on the organization and its customers
  8. Many corporations see ISO 9000 Certification as an essential requirement before carrying on business with a new vendor
  9. Eligibility to enter global markets
  10. Well defined and documented procedures improve the consistency of output