ISO (International Organization for Standardization) as the name implies it’s an independent international organization, develops International Standards, such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, but they are not involved in the ISO certification and do not issue ISO certificates. External certification bodies in India perform the ISO certification process. In this article we will look at ISO Certification process in detail.
The aim of getting ISO certification is to advance the improvement of standardization in the technology of an organization.
1) Provides an opportunity to increase value to the activities of the organization
2) Improve the performance of processes/ activities continually
3) Satisfaction of the customers
4) Attention to resource management
5) Implementation of statuary and regulatory requirements related to product/services
6) Better management control
7) Cuts costs
8) Access to new market
9) Consumer feels safe and ensures that they are getting product quality
10) Increase in the market share of the organization
But when it comes to the benefits that are provided by ISO 9001 or its importance, its benefits to the organization and to the customers are different: