Engineering & Compliance

Engineering & Compliance

Working without the help of consultants means that your company is relying on the creativity of your in-house experts. If the experts have worked on other projects in the past, they are likely to apply the same ideas that proved effective. A professional consultant would definitely have an advantage of seeing hundreds of different businesses. They may come up with new ways of saving costs or improving the quality of your business processes. Engineers are not only trained to complete projects but also make projections about the performance of businesses. Our skilled consultants may save your company from possible losses in the future. The consultants will highlight any aspects of the business that your in-house experts and management have overlooked.

There are numerous benefits of getting compliance certification. Having an International Standard for a product or a service that your business offers means that customers have confidence that their products or services are of good quality, reliable and following standards. These standards help with the safety of customers and make the world a safer place.

What are the benefits?

Improved Customer Satisfaction

As processes are defined, quality becomes more consistent, and staff is more focused on achieving conformity to customer requirements, customer satisfaction increases and misunderstandings are reduced.

International Recognition

Since certificates are issued by global entities for quality standards, companies around the world acknowledge the certification. This results in increased business opportunities and reduced since customers may not be required to perform on-site audits.

Defined Processes

As the QMS is documented, the key processes involved in product realization will be better defined and optimized. This helps everyone in the organization better understand their responsibilities and improve consistency, as products and services pass through the process.

Reduced Costs

Documenting the QMS typically results in the identification of sources of scrap, unnecessary quality costs, and unneeded overlaps and redundancy. A lot of ISO-certified firms report a reduction in scrap and overtime.

More Business/Different Markets

Due to the international recognition of the certificates such as, ISO, OSAH..etc., certification, the improvement in process and quality consistency, the likely improvement in customer satisfaction and the possibility of lower product costs, there is the potential for increased business in both current and new markets. On top of this, a lot of companies obtaining ISO certification are asked to become certified by a customer, having a certification in advance provides a distinct advantage over the competitors.

More Consistent Quality

Certification demands a focus on a definition of and conformity to product or service requirements. This promotes consistency in process inputs and raw materials, how work is performed,, and data is recorded, which results in more consistent product and service quality.

Greater Management Visibility

As staff is trained in the methods for collecting and interpreting process and quality data, decisions regarding process operations and product quality will become based on objective data rather than speculation or conjecture. Data collected on the process and quality indicators help identify changes in the process and thus helps staff minimize changes and inconsistencies.

Fewer Disruptions

Defining & optimizing the QMS as required by ISO 9001 results in operations running more efficiently, with less downtime. If a problem does occur, it is traced to its root cause and fixed, saving the organization from “re-correcting” it every time it happens.

Above mentioned are just a few benefits of standards certification. These are generalized since specific certifications are targeted towards specific industries, this brings along with them their own set of benefits. At Pinnacle we provide detailed consultancy & guides on how to get certifications, for multiple industries.

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