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Epidata, pioneer in Software Architecture in Latin America, obtained the certification renewal of its Quality Management System processes according to the ISO 9001:2000 standard.

Our commitment to ensure quality in Epidata’s processes

The audit was carried out by the certification enterprise Det Norske Veritas (DNV), the globally well-known entity in Quality Certifications, and it included the software development processes and support areas’ processes, such as Human Capital and Infrastructure, among others.

The certified processes fall into the Quality Management System (SGC, after the name in Spanish), its objective consists in supervising and controlling the organization processes, granting quality and continuous improvement.

Epidata provides software architecture services, consulting, custom-made software development – local and offshore- ,Performance Assurance, training and Mentoring.

The fact that we count with development processes internationally certified guarantees quality and continuous improvement, and serves as a reinforcement for Epidata’s positioning in the region.

About Epidata

Global privately-owned company specialized in innovation outsourcing, dedicated to providing software development and software design services, application modernization, RPA, machine learning and Big Data, among others. Its solutions transform businesses, optimizing operations and co-creating better digital experiences for customers and employees.

Epidata has alliances with leading innovation and knowledge companies such as Microsoft, GitLab, Mulesoft, Salesforce, Oracle, MariaDB, Red Hat and HelpSystems. These partnerships help other companies to stay current.

Epidata operates in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay and the United States (San Francisco, California), where it has a track record of successful support to multinational corporations such as Stanford Research Institute International, JP Morgan, Tenaris, Turner, Telecom, HSBC, Monsanto, Walmart, Asana, among others.

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