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The ISO 9000 family of quality management systems standards is designed to help organizations ensure that they meet the needs of customers and other stakeholders while meeting statutory and regulatory requirements related to a product or program.

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How testing and inspections can fulfill quality requirements?

Working on my thesis, I can see the following phrases all over (books, ISO 9000, CMMI): Quality control is defined as the operational techniques and activities that are used to fulfill ...
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How can ISO 9000 and ISO 25000 Quality definition differ - parts included

ISO 2500 SQ quality definition goes as follows and I really do not understand the note with regards to ISO 9000: capability of software product to satisfy stated and implied needs when used under ...
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Do any software certification standards force suppliers to also become certified?

Short Version I work for a company that provides software tools to multiple customers. One of our customers is ISO certified. Are there any software certification standards like ISO, ITIL, etc. where ...
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What Standards are covered in the Release Process?

I have recently been tasked with comparing our current release process with any existing compliance standards or other best practice standards to see what we are doing right, and what we might need to ...
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Quality control according to ISO 9000

I know quite well the difference between Quality Control and Quality Assurance. However (maybe as I am not a native speaker) I have issues with understanding of QC as defined by ISO 9000: QC - '...
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How is SW quality related to ISO 9000 (QMS)?

Many books mention that for SW quality approach (including testing), one should adhere to and depend on the quality system in the organization. I assume that is QMS based on ISO 9000 which I have no ...