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ISO refers to the International Organisation for standardization which is an independent and non-governmental body which sets the
standards for the products, materials, services, etc. The word ISO is the derivation of a Greek word ‘isos’, means equal. From the meaning
itself very clear they are about to make equality among the business, in order make everything and everywhere equal they are providing
standards that need to be fulfilled by an organisation or business in order to get certification.
ISO certification is mandatory for some organisations and being registered under it stands as a proof regarding the quality of the
product or services up to the mark of international standard, which ultimately satisfies the customer needs and also attracts the
customers. There are various ISO standards based upon the nature of product or services. Like ISO 9001 2008 for quality management,
ISO 22008 for food safety management, ISO 14001 for Environmental Management system etc.
The registration stands as a proof regarding the quality of the product or services. It also a proof the standard of the products or
services up to the recognized standard like safety, reliable, etc. Improves customer satisfaction and attracts the customers. It also
creates a better perception for the company in the market.