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Posted by Joseph Timmins | November 21, 2017

It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays – which means busy, busy, busy! Now’s the time to start taking small escapes from the hustle and bustle so you don’t get burnt out.

And we’d love to help! We invite you to relax and learn from some of our best resources.


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Topics: ISO, SAP Business One, ERP


ISO Compliance: Say What You Do, Do What You Say

Posted by Joseph Timmins | April 19, 2017

The benefits of ISO compliance offer a significant ROI by allowing you to do more with fewer resources. Improved efficiency and productivity means your employees aren’t getting burnt out by always figuring things out “on the fly.”


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Topics: ISO


Company Growing? It's Time to Consider ISO

Posted by Joseph Timmins | April 4, 2017

If your company is in growth mode, formalizing business processes is a necessity. To support your business case evaluation for a quality management system (QMS) or enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, start by identifying the long-term value these solutions bring to the weak areas of your organization.


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Topics: ISO


You May Not be Considering ISO, but Your Customers – and Your Competition – Are

Posted by Joseph Timmins | March 22, 2017

Unhappy customers who share their bad experiences with other customers – both current and prospective – will damage your hard-earned reputation. Using an ISO quality management system, however, will avoid this scenario by helping you satisfy existing customers and perhaps even gain new ones.


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Topics: ISO


ISO: It’s the Process, Not the People

Posted by Joseph Timmins | March 16, 2017

Every business has a set of processes to manage the daily operations that deliver their goods and services. Well-defined processes are crucial to repetitive, consistent, high-quality business productivity; ill-defined processes, on the other hand, will plague a business and yield sub-optimal results.


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Topics: ISO


The Benefits of New ISO 9001:2015 Standards

Posted by Joseph Timmins | December 14, 2016

The ISO 9000 family of quality management standards was designed to help businesses meet customer and stakeholder needs while also addressing legal and regulatory requirements.

There have been some recent changes made to the ISO standard.

These changes focus on management processes and improved performance achievement. The standards are now applicable to a broader variety of businesses, which should lead to improved efficiency.

So, what specific areas are impacted by these changes and what benefits can you derive from them?


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Topics: ISO, ISO 9001


The New ISO 9001:2015 Standard

Posted by Joseph Timmins | November 30, 2016

The ISO 9000 family of quality management systems standards was designed to help organizations meet the needs of customers and stakeholders while also meeting statutory and regulatory product requirements. We've talked about revisions before, and recently there have been other beneficial changes.

So, what do these benefits include? Here are just a few...


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Topics: ISO


ISO and Customer Satisfaction

Posted by Joseph Timmins | November 9, 2016

In previous posts, we discussed the benefits of ISO regarding quality management and regulatory requirements related to products and/or services. But did you know ISO compliance can boost customer satisfaction? Well, it can!


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Topics: ISO


ISO: What to Expect from Revisions

Posted by Joseph Timmins | October 26, 2016

Every 5 years, a committee reviews ISO standards to establish whether or not they're relevant in the current market. If they're not, they're revised to maintain relevance; ISO 9001:2015 was revised to respond to the latest trends and to achieve compatibility with other management systems, such as ISO 14001. And although the revisions are always made with the same goal in mind, the changes made during the ISO 9001:2015 revision are considerably more significant than those made in the 2008 revision.


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Topics: ISO


ISO 9001: The 101

Posted by Joseph Timmins | October 12, 2016

The ISO 9000 family of quality management systems standards was designed to help organizations meet the needs of customers and stakeholders while also meeting statutory and regulatory product requirements. ISO 9001, in particular, addresses the requirements an organization must meet to fulfill these standards.


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Topics: ISO, ISO 9001


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