Smartworld gets ISO certification
Dubai, December 20, 2009
Smartworld, a leading provider of advanced Information and Communications Technology (ICT)-based services in the Middle East, said it has been accredited with an ISO 9001:2008 certification.
Conducted by Der Norske Veritas, (DNV), a globally recognized certification body, the Quality Management System certification was awarded to Smartworld for its strong commitment to ensuring high levels of quality and its customer centric approach, said a top company official.
This accreditation will further facilitate Smartworld to leverage its expertise in the growing managed services market, remarked Eyad Shihabi, chief executive officer of Smartworld.
“We are pleased to receive this certification as we endeavor constant quality improvement across our operations. As we look forward to another productive year in 2010, this accreditation will open a new chapter for Smartworld to further reiterate our commitment towards developing next generation business applications and value added service for our customers,” he added.
Smartworld chairman Abdulla Hashim, said, “I would like to congratulate the entire team at Smartworld for their efforts and contribution. This is a significant achievement that meets one of our key business objectives as well as demonstrates our commitment to providing our customers with the highest levels of ICT services.”
Torger Baardseth, vice president and manager business assurance Middle East of DNV said achieving the ISO certification is a significant one, because companies achieve a level of excellence which is internationally recognised for Quality Management.
'This will facilitate Smartworld to continue to provide a service which meets their customers’ expectations and a framework for continuous improvement. We would like to congratulate Smartworld on their achievement and wish them the best in their business growth and continuous quality improvement.”-TradeArabia News Service
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