ISO Audit Garners Perfect Findings for Perceptics

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Perceptics’ ISO Surveillance Audit shows company is meeting optimal quality levels.

License Plate Recognition Systems

License Plate Recognition Systems

Maintaining ISO 9001 certification is one way we continue to maintain our position as the industry’s most advanced License Plate Recognition company.

In an effort to reach desired operations levels and demonstrate their commitment to customer service, for the second time in a 12-month period, Perceptics passed their independent ISO Surveillance Audit without findings or corrective actions. Perceptics announced today the outstanding results of their ISO Surveillance Audit, conducted by ABS Quality Evaluations who serves as Perceptics’ ISO registrar and audit agency. The agency performed a thorough review of the company’s documentation, management, internal audit findings and corrective actions documentation to ensure the company was following ISO:9001 quality policies and procedures.

ISO 9001 regulations require an annual audit of companies participating in the Quality Assurance program. However, Perceptics voluntarily subjects itself to quality evaluations every six months in an effort to address findings as early as possible. Tim Harbin, Quality Assurance Representative for Perceptics, “This is exciting news.” “This report is a reflection of our personal stringent internal audit measures and documentation processes”, Harbin continues.

Perceptics first became ISO certified in February of 2008 and is one of only two known LPR companies certified ISO 9001:2008 compliant. Harbin notes, “Maintaining ISO 9001 certification is one way we continue to maintain our position as the industry’s most advanced License Plate Recognition company.”

About Perceptics:
For over 30-years, Perceptics License Plate Readers have been reading state identification on all plate types any time of day or night and in any weather conditions. Our LPR Systems and Under Vehicle Inspection Systems are deployed in more than 1,500 vehicle lanes worldwide, including the United States, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and Singapore.

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