US-based Consensys Imaging Service has received certification to both ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 international quality standards.
Following the sale of its transactional business to GE Healthcare in May 2013, Consensys Imaging Service, a Galen Partners portfolio company, relocated its corporate headquarters to a new and improved service logistics center in Cary, Illinois.
This transaction and related move required the company to recruit new quality leadership, establish an independent quality management system and seek re-certification to the appropriate ISO-quality standards.
Today Consensys’ quality management system, applicable to providing installation, repair, maintenance and service of medical imaging equipment and accessories for the medical industry, was certified to both ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 international quality standards.
Consensys Imaging Service president CEO Jim Spearman noted although the company held these ISO-certifications prior to the sale of its transactional business, re-certifying so quickly and under these extraordinary circumstances underscores its commitment to delivering world-class service to its customers.
"A culture of quality and continuous improvement is a core-competence and differentiator that has sparked rapid growth and forged strategic alliances, enabling us to grow profitably at the fastest pace ever since our formation in 2009," Spearman added.