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Drivers for ISO 9001

Updated on May 21, 2016

What is ISO 9001? ISO 9001 is the world’s most established management system framework. Beyond the basic benefits of ISO 9001, there are many driving factors that might lead your organization to pursue ISO 9001 Certification.

One of the drivers for ISO 9001 is that it provides international, expert consensus on state-of-the-art practices for quality management. It is a standard that is recognized throughout the world.

Another consideration for ISO Certification, stemming from the first one, is that it helps to provide a common language for dealing with customers and suppliers worldwide in Business-to-Business (B2B) interactions.

ISO 9001 framework can improve efficiency and effectiveness in your organization. This is another good reason to consider certification.

If you hope to always be advancing your business, ISO 9001 certification should be considered to assist in this endeavor. ISO 9001 provides a model for continual improvement in your organization.

A business isn’t a business without customers, and customer service is a priority for all organizations. ISO 9001 provides a model for satisfying customers, as well as other interested parties.

Quality is important for maintaining and advancing your business. Implementing ISO 9001 management systems can help to build quality into all of your company’s products and services, beginning right from the start, with design, all the way through implementation, and onward.

Because of the systems put in place with ISO 9001 certification, it helps sustain business. This is another driving factor for ISO 9001.

With the internationally recognized standards in place, as well as the common language of the systems involved, ISO 9001 helps with the qualification of suppliers for global supply chains. This ensures that all the pieces involved in your processes are of the same quality and should be another consideration for ISO 9001.

Another driver for ISO 9001 is that it provides support for regulations. ISO 9001 framework allows regulations to be met within the operating system, as part of the processes involved in all facets of the business. In addition, as regulations change, the systems are in place to assist your organization in responding to those changes.


These are some of the drivers for ISO 9001 certification and implementation. Currently, nearly a million organizations in 170 countries have recognized these drivers and the benefits of ISO 9001 certification and implementation. ISO 9001 is helping many organizations to meet these driving factors and achieve their strategic objectives. It is well worth considering ISO 9001 Certification for your organization in order to begin implementing ISO 9001 systems to advance your business.

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