There is no single reason that would necessitate you getting ISO certified. It may be a requirement of your buyer, rules for the country where you plan to export, some government tender requirement or simply a management decision to help improve business credibility and authority as well as the overall efficiency of the business.
Certification cost is determined by a lot of factors including the type of certificate, number of certifications applied, size and business of the entity. So to have an estimate of the pricing we recommend you to reach out to our team for further details on . with your entity details.
ISO certification is not a single event, but rather an ongoing process that ensures your business complies with the requirements of its chosen standard. Initial certification depends on how many ISO standards you are trying to achieve and the setup of your organisation. Following certification, there is a process for continual improvement and recertification. Find out more about the process at ..
There are more than 20,000 types of certifications! Hence, we recommend getting in touch with our experts at with your requirement and we shall suggest the most appropriate certifications beneficial for your business
Our experience says that more than 80% of the organizations are already following best practices, so the process of ISO certification is often simply acknowledging that, or just a few minor adjustments would be sufficient for the compliance.
This a a very common misconception that only manufacturers need certifications. A trader can be benefitted from the certifications too similar to a manufacturer enabling them to improve processes and increase customer reach . You may reach out to our experts to know which certifications suit your business at .