For Immediate Release
CIMTechniques Inc. Announces ISO 9001:2015 Certification
Beaufort, SC— April 9, 2018 — CIMTechniques Inc. announced today that is has achieved certification in the most current ISO 9001 standard, ISO 9001:2015. CIMTechniques transitioned from the 2008 to the 2015 standard as part of its continuous commitment to provide high-quality customer service and consistent quality business operations.
“Maintaining the standards of ISO certification is very important to CIMTechniques. It reinforces to our current and prospective customers that they can expect an intense focus on quality and customer service. Whether we are providing CIMScan software monitoring of a few temperature points in a lab, or we are setting up a custom warehouse that includes hundreds of variables from temperature and humidity, to airflow, to door ajar status, our customers will receive consistent excellent service.” – Walker Petroff, CIMTechniques President and CEO.
The CIMTechniques Quality Policy clearly spells out our commitment to operational and customer service excellence. It can be found at www.cimtechniques.com.
About CIMTechniques Inc.: CIMTechniques is a South Carolina corporation founded in 1993. We are a technological partner in continuous monitoring of critical infrastructure and data points. We produce engineered and integrated software and hardware monitoring solutions. One of our early systems was used to monitor the environment in the assembly building at NASA’s Space Center in Cape Canaveral. Since then, CIMTechniques has supplied monitoring systems to the Federal Government, Defense Contractors, Pharmaceutical and Semiconductor Manufacturers, Educational Institutions, Research Laboratories, and numerous Hospitals throughout the world. CIMTechniques is ISO-9001 certified and has been since 2005. Our development processes adhere to cGMP/GAMP guidelines. In the USA, our system complies with regulations published by the FDA, EPA, and numerous laboratory and hospital accreditation organizations. In addition, our system meets the monitoring requirements of numerous agencies in the EU, China, Japan, and other countries.