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Standards Certification Council certifies DocOnline under ISO 9001:2015

Hyderabad, Feb 14 (UNI) Hyderabad-based healthcare startup DocOnline, India’s quickest and multi-language online doctor consultation platform, on Wednesday announced that the Standards Certification Council has certified the platform under ISO 9001:2015 starting January 2018.
DocOnline would become the India’s first healthcare start-up to get the ISO certification by meeting the quality standards, the start-up company said in a release here.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 is the most updated standard and focuses on quality management systems and performance. It assists companies in developing a management system that aligns quality with their wider business strategy.
This Certification has gained prominence in the times of risk-based thinking and accountability in all organizational processes that helps improve communications, efficiency, and implementation of continuous improvement.
Commenting on gaining the Standards Certification, Mr. Rahul Paith, Chief Operating Officer, DocOnline said, “We are excited to earn certification to ISO 9001:2015 and feel it provides additional assurance to our customers that we are focused on continuous improvement and customer satisfaction.”
DocOnline, backed by a group of international investors has always maintained high quality standards, and the organization only needed to make minor changes to earn the ISO 9001:2015 Certification.
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Tulip Fest: Asia’s largest Tulip garden greets tourists with 13 lakh flowers

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