Accreditation and Certifications
Does your business require a specific industry standard in order to operate?
Accentis Enterprise has many clients with a wide range of accreditations and certifications. These accreditations allow our clients to do business and sell goods and services in their chosen industry.
Our software does not issue certifications or industry accreditation. We offer robust auditing and record keeping capabilities.
Our clients who use these auditing features operate a wide range of business types and in a variety of industry sectors. Most are required to maintain standards relating to safety, structural conditions, medical requirements and so on.
Good business management software for manufacturers, such as Accentis Enterprise, is instrumental in providing an audit platform. Businesses can develop procedures and processes that allow them to meet required industry standards.
There are a large range of standards in many industries. These vary depending on the processes involved or the industry in which the business operates.
You should maintain adequate records to show compliance. It is not always a matter of saving a file or printing a procedure. By being able to show the processes a business has in place over a given time period, you offer proof of your capabilities.
Some of our clients have the highest level of certification for industry standards. These include HACCP, ISO2015, ISO9001, ISO13485, ISO14001, NATA, BFA, AFRDI, QECA, CHS-2008, TGA, Achilles, various AS4801, AS4804, CHSAS 18001, F4N, AGPAL, ACCRM and QBCC, and many more.
Data Integrity and Database Design
Accentis Enterprise ERP can help you because of our robust documentation storage and data recording capabilities.
Our Managing Director has a strong desire for fast, easily accessible data and efficient database management. All our database engineers have ensured that Accentis Enterprise delivers on both speed and accountability for data storage.
By following the processes and procedures you have in place, you will ensure best industry practice and product compliance.
When a business enterprise sets out to gain their accreditation or certifications, the support of a program such as Accentis Enterprise becomes paramount.
While researching business management software, data integrity should be at the top of your list. You should confirm that any required standards can be managed and maintained in an efficient and thorough manner.
Who Needs Certification and Accreditation?
Depending on your business or industry, certification and accreditation may be a requirement. In other cases, it might be a commercial decision that gives you a competitive edge to win more business.
It can be an expensive undertaking to gain certification for an industry standard. To that end, you need to ensure your ERP software can adequately manage the documents and audit trail required.
Costs associated with gaining and maintaining accreditation can be factored into the overall cost of goods being produced. This ensures your business can calculate expected profit correctly.
Being accredited and certified means the business spends money as an investment. Accreditation can be an ongoing requirement for safety and legal reasons.
It’s important you can estimate, budget and forecast these costs. Utilise the reporting tools within Accentis Enterprise to manage business projects that require them. In some cases, you may be able to pass on the nominal charge to your clients.
We offer advice and support on what you may require from an ERP solution and can help with specifications.
As mentioned, Accentis Enterprise does not issue certifications or accreditation to businesses. However, our ERP solution allows them to be confident they will meet the conditions required.
With our advanced database design, exceptional data record keeping and reporting capabilities, your business auditing will be easier. You will also find it more manageable than ever before.
Accentis Enterprise cannot guarantee that using our software will enable you to achieve accreditation or certification. We are not a governing body with the means to test these requirements.
What does your business need to get ahead of the competition?