Stealth achieves ISO 9001:2000 Quality Certification
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Stealth Computer Corporation announced it has received a registration certificate as an International Standards Organization, (ISO) ISO9001:2000 company.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Stealth Computer Corporation announced it has received a registration certificate as an International Standards Organization, (ISO) ISO9001:2000 company. According to Stealth's president, Ed Boutilier, "this certification reaffirms Stealth's commitment to pursue product innovation, customer satisfaction, and operational excellence while strengthening our international market position as a leading manufacturer of specialized computers and peripherals".
Stealth supplies specialized computers and peripherals to government agencies including the U.S. Armed Forces, NATO, the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), and NASA. Its products are used in aerospace, telecommunications, test & measurement, process control, and shop floor applications.
Certification requires an assessment and audit ensuring that the company maintains the proper procedures and processes for a complete quality system. Stealth is audited by the Quality Management Institute (QMI) of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
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