Indra renews international quality certification and expands its coverage to 16 countries

Madrid, July 22 (European press) –

Indra renewed the AENOR ISO 9001 certification, which certifies that the company adheres to established principles, processes and best practices in quality management systems, and expanded it to include 50 corporate groups spread across 16 countries.

Among the countries recognized are Indra companies in the United States and the United Kingdom, according to a statement on Friday.

As a result of its successful global deployment, the Indra Quality Management System has been fully implemented in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain, United States, Philippines, Italy, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic and Uruguay.

The Spanish technology company explained that this certification has established itself as a new “realistic standard” in trade exchanges in various sectors and allows companies to prove their ability to meet the needs of their customers.

The application of these standards also translates into lower costs, as there are fewer examples of lack of quality in production, as well as more involvement of professionals.

Einor, for his part, highlighted the “very high” degree of implementation of these quality management systems and the incorporation of many improvements and tools to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of operations.

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