Makati City, Philippines (July 3, 2014) – Infinit-O, known for its outstanding global outsourcing services, announces its new certifications for ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 27001:2005 certifications, as awarded by Certification International Philippines, Inc. Together with its governing entities, Infinit-O successfully completed requirements for the quality and information security certifications.
Infinit-O has been ISO-certified since 2006, and received its continued certification last year. Just recently in Q1, Infinit-O has moved to a new facility where particular attention to physical location, building infrastructure, accessibility, scalability of capacity, and availability of labor pool have been taken into consideration. The new Infinit-O facility per mandate of the ISO standards needs to undergo a surveillance audit which has been conducted earlier this year by the Governing Board of Certification to ensure completion of requirements, by which Infinit-O successfully passed.
“Congratulations on your accomplishments with the use of ISO 9001:2008 and of ISO 27001:2005 as instruments for enhancing the competitiveness of your organizations and for meeting your customers’ needs and expectations,” Renato Navarrete, Managing Director of Certification International Philippines, Inc., says.
Certification International also released its new certification marks which Infinit-O proudly shows off on all its business materials.
Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration, Ma. Cecilia Malay, says, “This action demonstrates Infinit-O’s commitment in upholding our vision of becoming the trusted and preferred outsourcing company. We are looking forward to stronger business relationships to our current clients and establishing new partnerships with small-to-medium sized businesses. This is just one opportunity we vow to take to prove that Infinit-O is really one of the bests.”
“As Infinit-O grows, we can say that there will definitely be bigger steps from us moving forward and we’ll be very glad to announce them as well.” Malay adds.