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Implementation of ISO 9001

The ISO/IEC 9001 standard is the international standard for quality control. The ISO 9001 standard focuses on two important aspects: meeting customer requirements and increasing customer satisfaction.

The ISO 9001 stakeholders

The first step is to identify the ISO 9001 stakeholders referenced in the standard, here it refers to people or organizations that will influence your ability to deliver products and services that reliably address your customers' problems and legal issues. addressing issues necessities. List all things that affect your organization, such as customers, government organizations, non-governmental agencies, representatives, shareholders, suppliers, and so on.


Solvency II, too bureaucratic?

Paul Tucker, deputy governor of the British bank, recently described the Solvency II directive as too complicated and too expensive in an interview. Tucker indicated that the Solvency II directive may contribute to the financial crisis instead of providing more certainty.

Step-by-step approach for ControlReport

ControlReports is a Cloud Risk Reporting Solution that supports the development of risk control frameworks for enterprises. ControlReports is an agile, comprehensive, and efficient tool for enterprises to be compliant with ISAE 3402 | SOC1, ISAE 3000 | SOC 2, ISO 27001, or ISO 9001.

Enterprise Risk Management

If an organization wants to achieve its objectives, it must deal with risks that threaten these objectives and must manage these risks. COSO has defined the various elements of an internal control system for this.

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