Meteomatics AG are very pleased to announce that it has achieved ISO 9001:2015 accreditation, Friday 16th October 2020.
What is ISO 9001?
ISO 9001 is the international standard for Quality Management Systems. By obtaining this accreditation Meteomatics have demonstrated high-quality throughout its entire production chain.
Meteomatics has joined over one million other companies across the world who are using ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems to help their businesses run more efficiently. The accreditation demonstrates Meteomatics ability to consistently provide weather services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
ISO 9001 contains a set of Quality Principles, which include:
- Continuous improvement
- Customer focus
- Process approach
- Evidence based decision making
- Engagement of people
- Relationship management
As an accredited ISO 9001 business, Meteomatics effectively plans and coordinates the delivery of its many processes and procedures to ensure high service quality. Giving Meteomatics customers the assurance that they will receive consistent, quality services from our team.
What are the benefits to Meteomatics Customers?
Meteomatics success is based upon its ability to respond to customer requirements for meteorological data and thereby realize the true value of weather information, generating greater socio-economic benefit by giving users access to a performant, flexible and usable API endpoint.
Embedding quality philosophy throughout Meteomatics ensures that we keep focused on meeting our users requirements and delivering a very high standard of service, as we continue to enjoy success and growth. Also, the ISO 9001 accreditation allows us to formally communicate our quality processes and procedures to our customers across the globe.
Dr Martin Fengler, Meteomatics CEO & Founder, “I am very pleased that we have obtained ISO accreditation and that we continue to embed quality practises as we bring more innovations to the weather data industry. Helping many different industries across the globe, leverage the value of weather information contained within Meteomatics’ Weather API".