Rahi Systems has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification for its Pune, India office, thus demonstrating its commitment to customer satisfaction.
Online PR News – 30-November-2017 – Fremont, Calif. — November 27, 2017 – Fremont, Calif. — November 27, 2017 — Rahi Systems announced today that its Pune, India, branch has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification. The certification audit was conducted by TUV SUD South Asia, one of the world’s leading auditing, inspection and testing organizations.
The ISO 9000 family of standards establish the seven principles of quality management, which include customer focus, leadership, engagement, a process-based approach, continuous improvement, evidence-based decision-making and relationship management. ISO 9001:2015 sets forth specific requirements for quality management that enable organizations to consistently deliver products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements. It is the only standard in the ISO 9000 family that provides for certification.
“ISO 9001:2015 certification demonstrates our commitment to customer satisfaction through the application of quality management and continuous improvement,” said Sushil Goyal, Managing Director and Co-Founder, Rahi Systems. “We are grateful for the hard work and dedication of our team in India in completing the certification process.”
Rahi’s Pune branch serves as headquarters for its operations in India, which includes locations in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderbad, Kolkata and Delhi.
About Rahi Systems
Rahi Systems delivers a suite of solutions and services that optimize the cost, performance, scalability, manageability and efficiency of today’s data center. Founded in 2012 by entrepreneurs with a deep understanding of the needs and the challenges of service providers, government agencies and enterprises, the company has grown through a solutions-oriented approach, outstanding support and a culture of customer success. Rahi has its corporate headquarters in Fremont, Calif., with offices in India, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Japan, Ireland, Turkey, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Australia.