ISO9001 is one of the core standards of a group of quality management systems included in the ISO9000 Standards. The ISO9000 Standards is the concept proposed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in 1994 and refers to the "International Standards developed by ISO/Tc176 (International Organization for Standardization Quality Management and Quality Assurance Technical Committee).
ISO9001 is used to verify that the organization has the ability to provide products that meet customer requirements and applicable regulatory requirements, with the goal of improving customer satisfaction. With the continuous expansion of the commodity economy and increasing internationalization, in order to increase the credibility of products, reduce duplication of inspections, weaken and eliminate technical barriers to trade, and safeguard the rights and interests of producers, distributors, users and consumers, this third certifier does not controlled by the economic interests of the production and sales parties, notarization and science are the passes for quality evaluation and supervision of products and enterprises in various countries; they serve as the basis for customers' review of the supplier's quality system; and companies have the ability to satisfy the technical requirements of their ordered products.
Any enterprise that has passed certification has achieved international standards in the integration of various management systems, indicating that the company can consistently provide customers with expected and satisfactory qualified products. From the consumer's point of view, the company is customer-centric, can meet customer needs, achieve customer satisfaction, and does not induce consumers.