IGS Assessment is one of the leading International certification body operating in South India, from a city with rich cultural influence and heritage called Madurai. Established in 1991. The system certification started during the year 2005. IGS Assessment had worked with major Metal and rubber industries with over 150 valuable clients around south India with branches in Hyderabad, Trichy and Singapore. IGS Assessment has operated and worked with industries analysing and solving complicated projects. We at IGS Assessment operate to meet the challenges and issues standing against quality, global safety, environmental protection and customer satisfaction. IGS enables our clients to achieve better performance and productivity. The process and implementation of International Standard in our part of the world goes back to the “Aathichudi” and “Thirukural” with verses saying “Oppura Volugu” (“Act with high moral standards”), “Nilayil piriyal” (“Do not give up on principles”) “Idhanai idhanaal ivanmudikkum endraayndhu Adhanai Avan Kann vidal” (“Analyse and determine who and by which a job can be done better before entrusting a job to a person”). With that, we are proud to say that standards are followed in our day to day life. In that view we are bold enough to challenge any complicated industry to implement and enhance their competency where Quality is in our tradition, monuments, sculptures, gems, jewels and craft works.
Quality is one of the four key objectives in operations management along with cost, flexibility and delivery of goods and services. The only challenge for business today is to produce products and to service efficiently with a quality objective.
The vision of IGS Assessment is to become a global giant in the Asia Pacific region enabling Government, Public and Private sectors to implement International Standards thereby producing world class quality management system around us.
The challenge of business in today’s competitive world is to produce quality products or services efficiently. Quality is one of the four key objectives in operations management along with cost, flexibility and delivery of goods and services.
Quality is not a new concept in modern business. William Cooper Procter, grandson of the founder of Procter & Gamble told his employees, “The first job we have is to turn out quality merchandise that consumers will buy and keep on buying. If we produce it efficiently and economically, we will earn a profit in which you will share”.