INDUSQA, follows a structured implementation process to
help organizations reach their goals.

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Our core competencies include promoting process-based work cultures, initiating process improvement projects, and emphasizing the importance of metrics and information security.

What is ISO certification?

It is a seal of approval from a third part body and it is an indication that shows your company’s credibility and also instills confidence in your clients.

How to get ISO certification?

You can either log on to our website or contact our experts to get your ISO certificate within 5-6 working days. You are just required to fill in a simple form and email us the required documents and just sit back & relax. We will handle all the process.

Why should I get ISO certification?

ISO certification is like a statement to your company’s stakeholders, creditors, employees, and others that your established business operates in a specific framework. And your company uses this framework to achieve all your objectives, be it customer satisfaction, production objectives, or environmental objectives. It being an external certification, it keeps the credibility of the certification as well. There are many requests from many public sector tenders, where the ISO certification is a pre-requisite before allotment. In that case, it’d improve your chances of getting that tender.

What is ISO 9001?

ISO 9001 is a Quality Management System that ensures a consistent level of quality to its customers. This is done by defining and reviewing the process and procedure. This can be applied to any business model. 8 main points covered under this are: Customer focus Leadership Involvement of people Process approach Systematic approach management Continual improvement Factual approach to decision making Mutually beneficial supplier relationships

Is there any need to renew the ISO certificate?

No, you don’t need to renew this certificate. Though, the auditor is authorized to conduct surprise checks from time to time to make sure all the standards are met.