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Jaama achieves ISO9001 accreditation

Jaama has achieved ISO9001 accreditation for its quality management systems. The company says the standard, published by the International Organisation for Standardisation, underlines its commitment to quality across its entire business.

The company’s process improvement quality system (PIQs) is designed to ensure its customer-focused approach is built on a quality platform across its various departments including research and development, implementation, customer service, sales and marketing.

Jaama managing director Jason Francis said: “The company is the industry’s benchmark for quality and innovation and is established as the UK’s most recommended software supplier in the fleet, leasing and hire markets.

“Our quality commitment is further strengthened by achieving ISO9001 accreditation as it recognises the quality of both our Key2 Vehicle Management suite of products and service levels as well as our internal business processes.

“Additionally, many tender documents that we respond to from across the public and private sectors highlight the importance of quality standard accreditation.

“Thus ISO9001 gives Jaama a reference point and a framework to ensure that the business is consistent in its organisational functions and is continually striving to improve.”
 


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