ISO 9001 is designed to increase your organisation’s quality awareness through a four-step cycle: plan, execute, monitor and adjust. This is how you ensure continuous quality improvement within your company.
ISO 9001 offers other advantages too, by the way. We list the top nine benefits for you below:
The most successful organisations excel in their customer focus. So it makes sense to actively work to please your customers!
ISO 9001 provides a number of basic requirements for customer satisfaction. The most important is customer-oriented work and how it’s monitored. Because a satisfied customer is the basic prerequisite for the success of your organisation.
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"At Sioen Coating - our largest division - we launched the ISO 9001 quality management system at the request of our customers. In the meantime, it also became a real management tool. As a future-oriented Organisation , we actively think about internal and external risks, play up our strengths well and address our weaknesses purposefully. ISO 9001 sets the lines in this regard. Over the years, the standard has become a worldwide reference for companies that want to excel, just like Sioen."
by Guy Rigolle,
Quality Manager Coating Division at textile giant Sioen
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