What is ISO 9000?

ISO 9000 refers to a family of standards for quality management systems published by the International Standards Organization (ISO). It defines general activities and artifacts needed by an organization to routinely satisfy requirements of its customers. It is generic and has been applied to all sizes of organizations, industries, and public sector agencies.

For more, go to ISO 9000 in Plain English and the Wikipedia Article.

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