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Standards are born so that the company should be governed by principles of organization and give stability in the market and in society.When you create a product or service is to satisfy the needs and demands of a few customers. To have good economic returns and secure the future, the company must be organised so that give guarantees to users, buyers, employees, executives and shareholders.Social balance is at stake, it is unacceptable today find businesses with rigid and anchored controls in the past, without the ability to adapt to changes and are not focused on his client, why is important, for a firm that you want to achieve high levels of competitiveness, the use and application of international quality standards that allow you to expand your markets improve your positioning and create value. 9000La that are the ISO standards series ISO 9000 is a set of rules aimed to sort the company management who have earned recognition and international acceptance due to the greater power that consumers have and the high international competition, accentuated by the segregationist processes.

Some of these standards specify requirements for quality (ISO 9001, 9002, 9003) systems and others give a guide to assist in the interpretation and implementation of the system of quality (ISO 9000-2, ISO 9004-1) background of the standards ISO 9000 international standardization is made based on a comprehensive approach, not only refers to the Community legislation in molena’s products or services, but pretending to be a method to ensure the economy, save costs, avoid unemployment and ensure the cost-effective operation of enterprises. Organizations should have a more efficient quality system every day, that integrates all activities that could affect the satisfaction of the explicit and implicit needs of its customers.Therefore this rozon, that arose the need to standardize the way of ensuring the quality.The international Organisno for Standardization, ISO, (Internatlonal Organization for Standardization), was created in 1 947 and has 91 States Members, who are represented by their national agencies of Normalizacionla ISO works to achieve one common way to achieve the establishment of the system of quality, which guarantees the satisfaction of the needs and expectations of consumers.