Advanced IT Concepts Gets ISO Certification for Quality Management

Advanced IT Concepts Gets ISO Certification for Quality Management

Advanced IT Concepts has received a new International Organization for Standardization certification in validation of the firm;s commitment to meeting quality monitoring standards. The company said Tuesday that it secured an ISO 9001:2015 accreditation through a review by third-party certifying body Eagle Certification Group and with assistance from consulting firm simpleQuE.

The ISO 9001:2015 certification for quality management systems gauges an organization’s customer focus and adherence in implementing and updating its process approach.

“We appreciate the efforts of our employees and the companies that supported us to prepare for this achievement,” said Gabriel Ruiz, president and CEO at AITC.

AITC also obtained a Maturity Level 3 appraisal under the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration framework for its services.

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