Quality Comes First—Oce Document Technologies GmbH Certified
Press release from the issuing company
Constance, July 31, 2001 — The name Oce Document Technologies (ODT) stands for quality in the area of document management. This was demonstrated recently when the Constance-based company became one of the first in the Oce group to achieve certification in accordance with the latest guidelines of the DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 standard. “During certification the focus is on the efficiency of processes, overall corporate performance, and customer satisfaction,” explains Horst-Günter Minge, responsible for quality management at ODT.
Successful certification is of special significance to Oce Document Technologies, as solution and service business is based primarily on customers’ confidence in the pro-vider’s competence and quality. Products and services must always meet their exacting standards of quality and service. “The introduction and certification of the Quality Management System gives ODT customers this security,” continues Horst-Günter Minge. “Customer focus and the capacity for continual improvement of the system are of key importance.”
Certification provides Oce Document Technologies with impartial documentation of its high quality standard, setting the company apart from competitors.
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