The Test Connection Achieves ISO 9001-2015 Certification


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The Test Connection Inc. (TTCI) a U.S.-based technology company focused on providing production test solutions for the electronics manufacturing industry, announced that the company has earned ISO 9001:2015 certification for its quality management system.

ISO 9001:2015 is a globally recognized quality management standard developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The certification provides a model for companies of all types and sizes to use in building an effective quality management system. The standard is based on several quality management principles, including having a strong customer focus, involvement of high-level company management, an outlined process-based approach, and ongoing improvement of the approach. 

TTCI's ISO 9001:2015 certificate (#2022-02893) was issued by Perry Johnson Registrars, a world-class management systems certification body. The scope of TTCI’s certification includes test application development services and contract test services. Activities at TTCI's corporate headquarters are included in the scope of certification.

"Every TTCI test application from boundary scan, in-circuit test, to flying probe is developed to the highest quality standards," said TTCI’s president, Bert Horner. "Our ISO 9001:2015 accreditation is confirmation of our demonstrated and ongoing commitment to reliability, quality assurance, and safety."

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