Quality is an intrinsic part of our daily activities that touches the core of how we operate.
The goal of maintaining an adequate quality approach is to provide repeatable, consistent, and expected output as initially defined and/or agreed upon.
BearingPoint adheres to defined quality standards, related to both internal and external definitions.
These standards relate to BearingPoint’s internal standard, international standards, agreements with our customers and suppliers and applicable governmental laws and regulations. In order to maintain the foremost international standard for Quality Management, BearingPoint adheres to the internationally acknowledged ISO9001 quality standard and is officially certified.
The ISO9001 standard is an auditable international standard which defines requirements for quality management. The standard has been developed to control business risks through adequate and proportionate quality controls.
Technology is an intrinsic part of our daily working environment and has changed the way we interact, retain and protect important information. This makes information security management vital for the efficient conduct of business. In order to maintain the highest standards of information security, BearingPoint adheres to the relevant ISO27001 security standard and is officially certified.
This standard includes a number of policies and measures to protect information technology assets, such as computer hardware and software, telecommunications equipment and data held within the IT systems. The ISO27001 standard is an auditable international standard which defines requirements for the management of information security. The standard has been developed to control business risks through adequate and proportionate security controls.