04 September 2009
04 September 2009
ESI Group has recently been awarded an ISO 9001:2008 certification for its two main subsidiaries in China and Japan.
These additional certifications recognise advances in the companies Quality Management Systems, providing software solutions, training, technical support, and related consultancy in the field of Simulation-Based Design.
ESI Group’s software development entity earned its first ISO 9001 certification in 2000.
""The fundamental prerequisite for any business success is the focus on customers and the fulfilment of their requirements – especially in terms of quality”, said Dominique Grolade, Corporate Quality Manager at ESI Group. “The extension of our certification perimeter highlights ESI’s focus on customer requirements. This shared culture of quality is fundamental in continuing to satisfy requirements for our core customer base and for increasingly diverse domains and industries such as Energy, Powertrain, Electronics and Defense,” SHE ADDED.
“The recent ISO certifications in Asia are important steps as ESI Group moves towards a global Quality Management System”, stated Dr. Christopher St John, CEO of the Asia Pacific territory, ESI Group. “ESI is on the path to a unified method of operations worldwide; assuring consistent practices and a high level of expertise at every level in our organization. Very importantly, these certifications are also pre-requisites for the services projects which we are now undertaking for the re-invigorated Nuclear Power industry in Asia”.
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