Cummins Allison Ltd Awarded a Renewed ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 Certification by the British Assessment Bureau

Cummins Allison Ltd, the leading innovator and provider of coin, and currency handling solutions, today announced its recertification to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 and ISO 27001 standards. 

By meeting the extensive criteria for these standards, Cummins Allison is recognised for their commitment in streamlining and improving internal processes, with a strong focus on customer needs and quality of service delivery in addition to keeping datasecure that align with industry best practices and global standards.

“Earning this certification is a privilege and reflects Cummins Allison’s commitment to product quality, customer service and security,” said Andy Crowson, managing director, Cummins Allison Ltd.  “We pride ourselves in delivering top-notch products and reliably servicing those products for our customers.”

ISO 9001 requireorganisations have a Quality Management System in place to ensure consistency and improvement; leading to high levels of performance and customer satisfaction. Along with ISO 9001, Cummins Allison was recognised with the Information Security Management Standard, ISO 27001, proving their commitment to the security of customer, employee and technology information.  

The benefits of certification to ISO 9001 include:

  • Streamlining an organisation’s procedures
  • Bringing consistency to an organisation’s service delivery
  • Reducing cost and rework
  • Improving an organisation’s management practices

The benefits of certification to ISO 27001 include:

  • Proving to clients an organisation keeps their information secure
  • Achieving operational excellence
  • Minimising risk of potential data security breaches

“It’s the hard work by all our people that we have earned the right to display the coveted British Assessment Bureau quality shields,” said Crowson.  “The recognition demonstrates ourquality products and services.”

The assessment was conducted by the British Assessment Bureau, a leading certification body.

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