LinuxIT scores ISO hat trick

Send to friend

LinuxIT, the independent Open Source specialist, has been awarded three ISO accreditations ISO 9001:2008, ISO/IEC 27001:2005 and BS ISO/IEC 20000:2011. The accreditations achieved in a record nine months confirm that LinuxIT has a robust system to continuously monitor and improve quality; selected adequate and proportionate security controls; and defined requirements to deliver IT managed services and service delivery for its business and clients via ITIL processes to ISO standards.
The push for quality and support processes has come from the top down; the LinuxIT Board of Directors were keen to ensure the delivery of quality services consistently across the business. Now customers will benefit from higher levels of LinuxIT's services and service levels meeting and even exceeding their expectations. As quality is constantly measured and corrective action taken whenever defects are identified, LinuxIT's clients will benefit from a world class service.

Peter Dawes-Huish, CEO & Chairman at LinuxIT, said: "These ISO accreditations mean that our clients can expect a continuity of quality as well as being reassured that LinuxIT are serious about delivering a higher standard and quality of service by approaching all of our tasks in a systematic and process-driven manner."

Mike Curtis, Executive Director - Service Delivery at LinuxIT, adds: "Achieving these certifications reflects our total commitment to our clients and ensures that our staff excel in service delivery. I am thrilled that we have earned these certifications, which showcases our absolute commitment to quality. These standards will give us greater control, efficiency, greater flexibility, faster response and the opportunity for continual improvement."

Comments (0)

Add a Comment

This thread has been closed from taking new comments.