This audit, which required more than a year of preparation on the part of Data Dimensions, looked at the companys documents, management systems, product development and all other aspects of its operations. Its very, very process based, said Data Dimensions Process Improvement Manager Brian Kvapil, who coordinated the ISO 9001 certification audit. What it says is that you have systems in place to meet clients expectations regarding cost, delivery time and, most importantly, quality of service. Jon Boumstein, Data Dimensions President and CEO, said that as well as allowing Data Dimensions to pursue new contracts, having ISO 9001 certification demonstrates that the company is dedicated to making sure clients needs are met every step of the way. The ISO 9001 certification tells our clients that they can be assured we have processes in place to give them the highest quality services and solutions, Boumstein said. Its the seal of approval. To learn more about Data Dimensions Government Solutions, go to datadimensions.com/industries/government/ . About Data Dimensions Since 1982, Data Dimensions has been helping clients better manage business processes and workflows by bridging the gap of automation, technology, and physical capabilities. As an innovative leader in the area of information management and business process automation, we provide a complete range of outsourcing and professional services including mailroom management; document conversion services; data capture with OCR/ICR technologies; physical records storage and electronic retrieval services through our state of the art Tier III data center. Data Dimensions is a portfolio company of HealthEdge Investment Partners, LLC. HealthEdge is an operatingoriented private equity fund founded in 2005. HealthEdges investment team has over 100 years of combined operating experience as operators and investors. For more information on HealthEdge, visit healthedgepartners.com .
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