On October 17 and 18, 2016, Iperion’s Quality Management system and Information Security Management system was audited by 2 BSI Group auditors, to challenge Iperion’s conformance to the current ISO9001, ISO27001 and NEN7510 requirements.

ISO 9001:2015 is the latest revision of the world’s most widely applied international standard on quality management systems. Companies worldwide adhere to the standard to demonstrate to their customers that their products and services maintain the highest quality.  The newly revised ISO 9001:2015 focuses more on performance by combining the process approach with risk-based thinking and customer / stakeholder requirements.

Iperion believes that quality and security is complementing our business and our processes are designed to be risk-focused with respect to our interested parties.

“Quality and Information Security is of major importance to Iperion. We believe by providing high quality products and services and by creating an open atmosphere for continuous improvement, we contribute by meeting customer expectations to gain customer satisfaction, which is our primary goal.” said Chantal van Gorp, Iperion’s Quality Coordinator. “Quality and Information Security is in our DNA, it starts with us”.

We are proud to announce that Iperion successfully completed the certification audit to the newly revised ISO 9001:2015 standard and ISO27001:2013 / NEN7510:2011 standards.

The scope for the audit was:

Implementation, validation , qualification, support, software development and project management (customer delivery processes) and the management of activities that affect the customer satisfaction (sales, marketing, HR, supplier, stakeholder, business development) for the delivery of computerized systems and delivery of hosting- and IT-services for the life science industry.

The auditors confirmed that Iperion’s Quality Management system and Information Security Management system comply to the applicable requirements, which resulted in a positive certification nomination for the following standards:

  • ISO 9001: 2015             Quality Management
  • ISO27001:2013             Information Security Management
  • NEN7510:2011              Information security within healthcare organizations

A continuous effort will be undertaken to comply with the requirements (customer requirements, industry standards as well as legal requirements) and customer expectations in order to maintain the superior level of quality and information security at Iperion. Iperion will undergo a surveillance audit every year, and a re-certification audit every three years for all above mentioned standards, to maintain certification.