ISO Quality Management Systems Certification Standards Expert Service Launched

American Global Standards announces its service that enables companies to be recognized by the global marketplace. They provide certificates that enable them to grow, improve their service and performance, and remain competitive.

East Sandwich, United States - October 23, 2020 /PressCable/ —

American Global Standards announces its services to help manufacturing and service industries to remain competitive in global business and trade as an ISO registrar with over 25 years of experience.

For more information visit their website at

With the announcement of their services, the company aims to add credibility to companies by demonstrating that the products and services provided meet the expectations of the customers by giving them certifications. These endorsements are legal or contractual requirements for some companies.

American Global Standards is an ISO registrar of quality and environmental management systems to the ISO 9000/ISO 14000 series. They provide independent, third-party reviews of organizational management systems. Other than quality and environmental management services, they offer virtual certificates for services such as Occupational Health and Safety assessment series, Medical devices, and Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point.

They have been accredited by the American International Accreditation Organization (AIAO), one of the most accepted international ISO accreditation bodies. The certificates provided by them are acknowledged and valued globally.

These certificates are beneficial because they can save a company thousands annually and also save on time and resources. Companies can also optimize the structure and functional integration by having a better awareness of their goals.

Certification by American Global Standards improves communication and authenticity of information. When responsibilities and authorities are clearly defined, the detection of the ‘root causes’ of problems is easy. The utilization of time and resources are also improved, thereby ensuring consistency in quality and punctual delivery.

According to this firm, documenting is useful for reference purposes and as training tools. As documented errors can be rectified, there will be a lesser repetition of work, customer audits, and warranty costs. The relationship between customers and suppliers will improve.

The awarding of the Quality System Certificate is approved by American Global Standards only after verification of all the details and proofs of implementation and is valid for three years. However, they request proof of implementation every six months for maintenance purposes for their accredits. They perform onsite visits to keep a check or to update the certificate.

For more information visit their website given above or call them on +1-617-838-4648.

Contact Info:
Name: Stephen Keneally
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Organization: American Global Standards
Address: 445 Main Street P.O. Box 1107 , East Sandwich, Massachusetts 02537, United States

Source: PressCable

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