Computech International Inc. (CTI), a leading solution provider to a wide variety of markets, was certified as ISO9001:2000 compliant as of June 25, 2007.
The ISO 9001:2000 certificate of registration ensures that organizations can consistently deliver products and services that meet customers’ quality and regulatory requirements, while enhancing customer satisfaction and sustaining performance improvements in pursuit of such objectives.
CTI achieved ISO 9001:2000 certification by completing a registration audit conducted by the Quality & Certification Unit (Q&CU) of the Technion Research and Development Foundation Ltd. (TRDF). The Q&CU is authorized by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) to perform the Accredited Management System Certification activities under the accreditation of The Dutch Council For Accreditation (RvA). Q&CU branch of the TRDF performs audits to international standards in the fields of Quality Management Systems (QMS), Environment, Safety and Health, and various European Standards and Directives.
As well as being globally recognized, all relevant bodies in Israel, including the Ministry of Defense, accept the Q&CU certificates. The certificate enables the holder to show their superiority above competitors and subscribe to bids and quotations where certification is required.
About the ISO 9001:2000 standard
The ISO 9001:2000 standard is an international reference for quality management requirements and involves continuous improvement in business-to-business dealings. It is a generic standard that can be applied across all industries, regardless of the product or service delivered. The standard refers to an organization’s structure for managing its processes and any activities that involve the creation of a product or service, including customized objectives, as with a customer’s quality requirements.
A company’s compliance to ISO standards is certified by third-party audit and registration organizations, such as Q&CU. For more information about Quality & Certification Unit (Q&CU), visit http://www.trdf.co.il/Eng/redir.asp?PageId=QCU/about.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) was established in 1947 with the mission of contributing to economic and social progress. ISO’s international standards and deliverables were designed to support the following: facilitation of global trade; improvements to quality, safety and security; environmental and consumer protection, including the rational use of natural resources; and global dissemination of technologies and good practices.
The ISO is currently an association of approximately 149 national standards bodies, which each represent their own country. ISO employs a system of technical committees, sub-committees and working groups to develop international standards. For more information about ISO, visit http://www.iso.org.