Jaama achieves ISO9001 re-accreditation
The fleet and asset management software company, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, first gained ISO9001 certification in 2011 and the re-accreditation follows a rigorous three-day root and branch audit by independent assessors.
Certified companies must submit themselves to the re-accreditation process every three years.
The company’s process improvement quality system (PIQs) is designed to ensure its customer-focused approach is built on a quality platform across its various departments including research and development, implementation, customer service, sales and marketing.
Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: ‘Thus ISO9001 gives Jaama a reference point and a framework to ensure that the business is consistent in its organisational functions and is continually striving to improve.’