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The International Standards Organization (ISO) sets standards and guidelines for product quality, safety, health, and performance. Registration with ISO increases your product or service’s popularity.
There are different types of ISO certifications, such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 5001, etc.
ISO 9000 is viewed in terms of quality and prestige. To meet the regulatory requirement and customer satisfaction, companies go for ISO 9001:2015, ISO 19011:2018, ISO 9000:2015.
The standard is internationally recognized, which will ultimately help your business to branch out internationally.
ISO is important for business marketing as it contributes to improving the business credibility and gives a confident outlook.
A certificate from ISO gives you an edge when it comes to competing for government contracts. Hence, ISO is very useful.
The ISO certification will help in the development of your Standard Operating Procedure which will ultimately benefit the business.
An ISO certification will give the product an international presence hence, there will be less chances of it being rejected.
ISO Certification standards help the business in achieving efficiency in their ways and methods of production.
We understand your urgency about getting legal. Therefore, we provide a hassle-free legal process. Complete any Registration in just 4 steps.
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The ISO certificate is valid for 3 years. The re-approval or recertification can be applied before the expiry of the certificate that is before the 3rd year gets over.
- Identity and address proof of the applicant along with a copy of PAN Card and Aadhar card.
- Passport Size Photographs of the applicant
- Utility Bill or Electricity Bill
- Copy of Sale deed in case of owned property.
- If the place of business is a rented property, a Rent Agreement is required.
- In the case of a company, a Certificate of Incorporation, the MOA and AOA.