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SPA Certified for Compliance to ISO Quality Mgmt Standard; William Vantine Comments

William Vantine

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 8, 2017 — Systems Planning and Analysis has secured International Organization for Standardization certification for the company’s quality control processes and efforts to address customer satisfaction and work efficiency, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 19.

The company said it underwent an independent registration audit on its compliance to the ISO 9001:2015 standard for quality management and will continue to conduct surveillance audits to maintain compliance.

“ISO 9001:2015 will help us further improve our internal processes and customer support, and continue to ensure we provide superior advice, analysis and products as we grow the company and expand into new markets,” said William Vantine, president and CEO of SPA.

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