InfoFort gains ISO 9001: 2006 certification

Quality standard to act as benchmark for customers and partners

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InfoFort gains ISO 9001: 2006 certification The ISO certification will prove InfoFort's commitment to quality, the company says.
By  Mark Sutton Published  September 5, 2011

Document management specialist InfoFort has achieved the ISO 9001: 2008 certification, to prove its commitment to quality of process.

InfoFort, an Aramex company, was presented with the certification by the British Standards Institution (BSI). The standard covers the entire operations of the records and information management solutions provider, and is proof of comprehensive quality management systems.

The company says that as it expands its operations geographically and in scope, the ISO certification will act as a global benchmark for customers and partners.

"Today's announcement underscores our long-term commitment to quality, which we have sought to demonstrate for the past 15 years to every client, in every market we serve," said Abed Shaheen, managing director of InfoFort.

"At InfoFort, we work every day to fulfil our promise to help preserve knowledge and intellectual capital, protect data and enable progress for individuals, businesses and economies. We will continue to focus on meeting the InfoFort promise by providing innovative, secure and environmentally sound solutions that meet the rapidly evolving information management requirements of our local, regional and international clients," he added.

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