The Numerical Algorithms Group receives internationally recognised quality award
December 2011 - Following an independent assessment The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG: www.nag.com) has been awarded ISO 9001 certification. ISO 9001 is an international standard, recognised world-wide, that addresses the requirements of quality management systems and gaining certification to this level highlights NAG's commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.
Susan Shayler, Chief Operating Officer, said "NAG has always taken pride in the numerical software engineering techniques we employ in the development of our software and in the service we offer to our clients, these characteristics form the cornerstones of our ethos for conducting business. Now with the award of ISO 9001 certification the methodology employed has been confirmed by outside experts experienced in judging such systems".
The external assessors studied NAG's software development and peer review processes and NAG's investments in people and training that together enable NAG to provide regular product updates and an efficient service to its customers and partners.
The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) is dedicated to applying its unique expertise in numerical engineering to delivering high-quality computational software and high performance computing services. For over 40 years NAG experts have worked closely with world-leading researchers in academia and industry to create powerful, reliable and flexible software which today is relied on by tens of thousands of individual users, as well as numerous independent software vendors. NAG serves its customers from offices in Oxford, Manchester, Chicago, Tokyo and Taipei, through staff in France and Germany, as well as via a global network of distributors.
More than 32,000 organizations in the United States are ISO 9001 certified.
Almost 48,000 organizations in North America are ISO 9001 certified.
More than 982,000 organizations worldwide are ISO 9001 certified.
There are ISO 9001-certified organizations in 176 countries/economies