I would like to present a topic for discussion. The elimination of registration to ISO 9001-2008 Quality Management Systems. If a company followed the ISO 9001-2008 as a guideline for their QMS and used this system to its fullest with the discipline required to gain the most out of it but without employing a registering body what would the ramifications be? In my opinion as a quality professional I know that having an ISO 9001-2008 registered company indicates nothing about the quality of products or efficiency of operations. It only indicates this company basically purchased the registration. Any thoughts on this postulation?
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