Here at Wageloch, we’re geeking out over our new ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certifications. But what does it mean for you? Let’s take a look…
What is ISO 9001 certification?
ISO 9001 certification is the international standard for a Quality Management System (QMS) – as well as the most popular one. It gives our clients peace of mind that our products and services meet both their needs and various industry standards.
What is ISO 27001 certification?
ISO 27001 certification is the international standard for an Information Security Management System (ISMS). It gives our clients confidence that we always safeguard their data.
What does it mean for Wageloch?
Achieving certification is a long and complex process, so we couldn’t be more thrilled to finally have it!
Being certified means we can:
- follow set procedures to continually improve our systems and processes
- measure our performance across all areas of the business against set standards
- better identify risks and opportunities
- perform a high volume of transactions with the ATO
- attract more integration partners
- help prevent problems from reoccurring
Here’s what Wageloch Managing Director Lachlan Sedsman had to say:
“We’ve always taken our systems and security seriously – for ourselves, our integration partners and our clients. Becoming certified in these international best practice standards backs up that commitment.”
“It also gives our clients confidence that everything we do meets the most stringent standards, as well as their own expectations.”
What does our certification mean for you?
As Lachy says, there are many ways our new ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certification can benefit you. First, you can enjoy better products and services – now and in the future.
Plus, you can rest assured our products, services and support are always above board and can meet your changing needs.
Want to know more about our certification?
Just get in touch to see what our ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certification means for you.
The information in this article is intended as a guide only, providing an overview of general information available. It’s not intended to be an exhaustive source of information and should not be seen to constitute legal or tax advice. You should, where necessary, seek a second professional opinion for any legal or tax issues raised in your business affairs.