Internationally Accredited Certification & Inspection Body
GCS Provides Accredited ISO Audit, inspection and Certification services globally. We assist organizations to leverage opportunities provided by establishing a position on the global market.
We pride ourselves in providing exceptional customer service, our live service reps are online to answer any of your questions, just click the blue button on the bottom-right of your screen at anytime.
- Designed for Small to Medium Sized Companies
- Available to new and existing ISO certified organizations
- Access finance up to 30,000 usd
- No down-payment with low monthly payment plan (3-year term)
- Efficient and reliable application process (48 Hrs)
Why Choose US
GCS is Accredited by the International Accreditation Service(MSCB-199) for ISO/ IEC 17021-1, the standard for all International Registrars and Certification Bodies. GCS is also listed on the IAF list of Accredited Registrars.
GCS customer base is primarily small to medium size companies. We understand the limitations, conditions and issues small businesses are faced with. We specialize in assisting these type of companies to achieve ISO 9001.
We have established four global offices that are responsible for delivering service to 36 countries globally. This allows us to better service our clients, reduce cost and increase efficiency.
Helping Small Businesses achieve Global Recognition for the last 26 years
Global trade, competition and access to contracts, opportunities and investment have become increasingly difficult for SME’s and micro-businesses. International recognition is perceived as a difficult task for some, most reasons being either considered to be too small, lack of information, need for too much support, and the cost of ISO certification.
GCS, from inception, understands these factors and limitations, thus have established a proven system to support organizations throughout their journey to ISO 9001 Certification.
Our Auditors are all qualified and experienced in Management Systems audits, most are past ISO 9001 consultants and lecturers. We ensure that each auditor assigned to your case has knowledge and/ or experience in your specific industry.
As a Certification body, we cannot assist in any consultancy or Implementation, we can either conduct a pre-assessment to verify your readiness for ISO Audit, or we can connect you with independent consultants or companies in your country who have the necessary expertise in your area. Contact us for details.
Please reach out to us at anytime for initial questions or discussions surrounding your particular issue. Are you stuck with implementation? Just wanted an insight into the cost for the ISO Audit & certification? Or maybe you want to achieve ISO 9001 Certification but don’t know where to start. Please, just send us a message, or click in the blue tab at the bottom-right of your screen to speak to our Customer Service Agents who are always online.
What is ISO 9001 Certification? Why do we need it? ISO 9001 is a part of a quality standard that is set forth in the documentation that a company follows. It is there to prove that this company is capable of producing parts that will meet or exceed the clients’ expectations. That you will be able to maintain the operations as expected to continue to provide products and services to your client.
Why is ISO 9001 important? Well, it gives potential clients a sense of trust. It shows that the facility does care about its Quality Manage Systems and will improve the overall output of the facility. ISO 9001 doesn’t have anything to do with the actual product, it has everything to do with the processes found within the facility.
The Business Quality Management Standards are standards that are in place so that your business can run more smoothly and be more cost-effective. There isn’t a question of what to do when something happens as there is a standard in place for that something. These standards will further share a vision with everyone at that particular company.
The ISO 9001 was first brought to light around 1987 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This set of rules were set up to help companies be more organized and offer standards that were accepted globally to ensure that organizations were meeting their clients’ regulatory and customer needs.