There’s little doubt that International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification can be a nice feather in your organization’s cap. From streamlining the way you already do business by thoroughly examining the current method of operation, to gaining a real advantage over your competitors, the rationales for achieving ISO certification are significant.

But, how do you select the right vendor?

How to Select the Right Provider for ISO Certification?

Since ISO certification will be conducted by a third party, there are a host of things to keep in mind when selecting the right ISO certification vendor for your business.

  1. Be sure the provider has experience in your industry.

    Because auditors will be used at some point in the certification process, it is vital that you know that the auditors themselves know what to look for. If they have to learn about your industry beforehand, there may be considerable delays in the certification process, and the auditors most likely will not identify all the upgrades that need to be made.

  2. See if you can get two certifications completed simultaneously.

    This is referred to as an integrated audit, and it can save you time and money. For example, if your business needs to be ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified, both processes could be carried out at the same time.

  3. Ask for case results.

    It’s one thing to read an ISO auditor’s claims on their website but ask them for specific cases studies from previous projects. The case studies should include what the client’s company was like before the certification project was begun, and what strides were made during and after ISO certification.

  4. Make sure they are a good fit for your business.

    Hardly any two businesses will have the exact work environment. That’s why it’s crucial to partner with an ISO certification vendor that understands the way you do business and the culture of your organization. Having a vendor that “fits” is also necessary for effective communication throughout the process.

  5. Select a firm that is globally recognized.

    While you may deliver goods strictly within your own country, who knows what the future looks like? You could be delivering your services worldwide before long. Because of the possibility, it’s in your best interest to select an ISO certification provider that’s recognized globally and can advise you on actions to take as your business expands.

If you’re ready to give your business or organization a boost through ISO certification, get in touch with Aegis Services.

While obtaining ISO certification is a process, it’s one that we have streamlined and can tailor specifically for your business.

To learn more on how we can help you and your business expand please contact the experts at AEGIS Services via email email or call us at +974-4466-2120.


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