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NJVC Awarded ISO 9001:2008 Media Generation Certification

njvclogoNJVC, LLC, a major IT solutions provider that supports the United States DoD, has been awarded the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2008 certification for Media Generation capabilities, which include printing, finishing and media duplication.

NJVC President and General Manager Jody Tedesco said, “The NJVC Quality Office has made it a priority to implement the processes and procedures that continue to take all of our teams to the highest level. This certification honors their efforts and shows that our company has a quality system in place that can serve our existing and future customers.”

This certification demonstrates that NJVC is aligned with the Quality Management Systems of current and future clients. NJVC will continue to provide outstanding products and services to its current clients, but the certification will provide NJVC with an opportunity to expand its offerings and explore additional business opportunities.

ISO 9001:2008 requirements include the ability to consistently provide a product meeting customer and applicable statutory and regulatory expectations that aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system. NJVC’s Media Generation capabilities were certified in approximately eight months, about six to 12 months faster than industry standards.

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