ISO Standards are those models that serve as a reference for the manufacture and/or evaluation of a product, performance of a process or provision of a service.
ISO: International Organization Standardization is in charge of creating standards in order to unify them and make them international. Likewise, the ISO Standards, despite being voluntary, have been consolidated internationally as they guarantee to be very useful tools to guarantee the quality and the good performance of internal and external strategies of success of a company, this ensures each step of the way to follow and provokes the impulse to innovation and productivity.
The implementation of international standards will help you improve performance, guarantee quality, manage risks and obtain many other benefits that will help improve your organization in every way; some of the advantages are:
Provides more information and value to the product or service, so that the customer can make a purchase decision more easily.
It points out several communication channels with the supplier/manufacturer to guarantee the possibility to complain, participate, give feedback and provide customer services.
Increases competitiveness in the market and increases the possibilities of purchase and re-purchase compared to those companies that do not have ISO certifications.