Godel awarded global mark of recognition for quality – ISO9001:2008
Godel, a leading agile software development expert, has been awarded the ISO 9001:2008 certification by respected, independent quality assessor, Bureau Veritas.
The industry-recognised accreditation has been awarded to Godel for the quality work it provides in the analysis, design, development, testing and maintenance of software applications.
Bureau Veritas, a global leader in Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC), used experienced industry specific auditors to assess Godel covering 8 fundamental principles of quality management. This rigorous in depth auditing process, lasted over three months, and studied every aspect of quality systems within Godel.
The entire project was overseen by Godel Director, Andrew Afanasenko, and involved online sverige many hours of work and preparation, to ensure internal policies, processes, procedures and appropriate internal training were aligned to ISO standards.
“This company is all about the provision of quality to our clients”, commented Neil Turvin, Chief Executive Officer at Godel.
“It’s engrained into our culture and DNA. Quality comes first and in some cases, takes priority over revenue. This formal accreditation further establishes Godel as a leader in software delivery and aligns with our mission to become the most respected nearshore software development company in Europe.”
The award winning nearshorer headquartered in Manchester, provides clients in the UK with extended software development, and extended quality assurance teams. Those teams work from the software development centres of excellence located in Minsk and Brest, Belarus.
Clients include: thetrainline.com, AO.com, LateRooms.com, Tesco, First:Utility and many more!