ISO 9001:2015 Certified

Bcomp has been freshly certified by leading certification company SGS Group

We are happy to announce, that we have successfully been certified according to DIN ISO 9001:2015. During an intense scale-up phase, this integral step for our company and allows our existing and future partners to have peace of mind when collaborating with us.

“We’re in the middle of an intense scale-up phase, driving us to the verge of the large-scale mobility markets. In order to properly support this crucial period of our company, the ISO 9001:2015 certification was key for us to rethink and streamline all our processes, ensuring a maximum efficiency of all our operations, and making us fit for the important milestones to come.”, says Christian Fischer PhD, CEO at Bcomp.

Being ISO 9001:2015 certified allows our stakeholders, partners and customers to have full trust in our quality management structures and processes. It is a testament to our customer centricity and how we strive to deliver the highest quality products and services at all times.

The whole Bcomp team took the extensive certification process as a chance to rethink and optimise internal processes and structures and is thrilled that we flawlessly passed the external audit by SGS group.



What is ISO 9001:2015

An ISO 9001:2015 quality-management system documents the processes, procedures and responsibilities for achieving quality policies and objectives. Successfully passing the ISO 9001:2015 certification process, enables an organisation to:

  • Operate more efficiently
  • Meet statutory and regulatory requirements
  • Reach new markets
  • Identify and address risks


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