Icon conducts QMS training programme
Doha, May 29, 2011
InfoVision Consultants (Icon) said it has conducted a quality management systems (QMS) induction training program for senior professionals at Khatib & Alami (K&A) Consolidated Engineering Company.
This was part of a contract signed with Infovision Consultants, a fast growing systems integration company, for support in ISO 9001 QMS induction training, said a senior official from (K&A) Consolidated Engineering Company.
Icon offers integrated consultancies for management and technology, said lead tutor/prinicipal consultant Mobin Sheikh who conducted the training.
"The driving impetus in the post modernistic corporate realm is a robust human resource, which values the importance of quality at the core of its operations," remarked Nabil Qubrosi, deputy resident manager at K&A Consolidated Engineering.
"Adherence to quality guidelines effectively complements our aesthetic predilections in developing ‘mass appeal’ designing solutions. Be it engineering solutions or design activities, ISO 9001:2008 provides a comprehensive framework to amalgamate sound aesthetic principles with prudent utilitarian choices," he added.
Qubrosi said with support of Infovision Consultants it would be able to create a benchmark services standard in the industry and gain a competitive edge in the market ensuring world class design and supervision services.
Addressing the delegates, Sheikh said, "Infovision’s aim is to develop pragmatic solutions for companies geared towards continual improvement in their operations."
"ISO is a step towards developing standardized operations ensuring that all professionals communicate with the same language in a dialect that is widely understood. The significance of developing ubiquitous quality solutions cannot be overstated, especially if the objective is to develop systems with clockwork precision."
On the training, he said, "Our aim is to support international companies operating in Qatar in creating a sustainable and prosperous organizations by imparting the tools, knowledge and the expertise required to effectively manage and improve their quality management system," Sheikh added.-TradeArabia News Service
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