There’s never a shortage of documents in an office. From employee records to tax forms, DOCUdavit provides the ISO certified document solutions that you need most. We are proud to be ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 27001:2013 certified, which means you can trust the level of quality and expertise we put into each procedure and each document.
What does ISO certified document management mean for DOCUdavit?
Being ISO certified means that we have met the quality management system qualifications necessary to deem our business competent and focused on customer satisfaction. Our ISO certified client account management services include everything from document scanning, scan on demand, and document storage solutions. We strive to provide the best in quality and security to all of our clients.
What does being ISO certified mean for our clients?
There are different ISO standards for every industry. When choosing a company to work with, you generally want to make sure you’re doing your research and choosing the best option. Is this company credible? What have their past clients said about their work? And, more importantly, what relevant industry certifications do they hold? Our ISO certifications are based around quality and high customer service requirements. This means that our standards of operating are compliant on an international level and regulated according to the International Organization for Standardization. It also reinforces the fact that you can trust us with your document management and document solutions needs.
9001 vs 27001: How do the ISO certifications differ?
Many customers might have seen the ISO certification numbers on our website or another business’ website and wondered what the specific numbers meant. While generally uncommon outside of business circles, ISO stands for the International Organization for Standardization and covers a breadth of different industries and certifications. It’s a global certification system to ensure a level of quality is being perpetuated across the board.
So what is ISO 9001:2008? You may have seen this identification on other business websites and still be unsure what parts of it mean what. ISO 9001:2008 belongs to the 9001 certification documents, the most recent being the one that came out in 2008, hence the full certification title: ISO 9001:2008. The certification shows that the aforementioned organization is governed under the ISO 9001 regulations and strives to follow them. In this case, ISO 9001:2008 evaluates if your quality management system is appropriate and if you are meeting the needs and expectations of your customers.
ISO 27001:2013 is slightly different. With our ISO 27001:2013 certification, we can demonstrate that our work in information security management will exceed that of our competitors. We are one of only 60 companies with this designation worldwide. ISO 27001:2013 deals with an organization’s compliance to risk management factors. This includes everything from legal, physical, and technical compliance.
Why Do We Need These Certifications?
While these specific certifications are not mandatory for a business to operate, we decided to pursue certifications to show our dedication to compliance and excellence in the knowledge and document management industry. Our ISO certification auditor from IMSM, Stephen Bullock, shared the following words about the future of our company:
“They are fully and totally committed to it. That’s something I love. I see the future of DOCUdavit growing, and growing, and growing.”
These certifications put us ahead above our competition and we strive to go even further. DOCUdavit Solutions looks forward to continuing to serve professionals across Canada, now with ISO 9001 and 27001 certifications that are recognizable across the world.