Going above and beyond with ESN’s ISO certificates

  • October 28, 2019

As providers of top-quality communication products and services, we at ESN always look to bolster our expertise and quality. Certifications are evidence of our thorough environmental management and internal quality assurance procedures, so I’m proud to write that our ISO certifications have now been renewed following a recent audit.

ISO certifications are the most widely recognised environment and quality management standards worldwide. The International Organization for Standardization has renewed ESN’s two certifications:

Above standards

At ESN, we know our skills are top-class but it’s important we don’t let our quality slip and maintain our commitment to the environment.

As part of the ISO certification process, ESN engages in a rigorous audit of business procedures as well as our product and service environments. By achieving this high level of certification, we continue to demonstrate our ability and desire to provide an effective and efficient management system while continuously improving our products, services and internal procedures.

Exceeding customer expectations

ESN is also certified in web eco-design and is a voluntary participant in the Brussels-Capital Region’s official ‘Eco-dynamic Business’ environmental labelling system.

Programmes like these further strengthen our company’s policies and help ESN to exceed our customers’ expectations and needs.

We’d like to take this opportunity to extend our sincere thanks to our customers for their continued commitment and loyalty. ESN will always strive to exceed their high expectations.

With our goals focused on ensuring quality assurance and innovative production, we look forward to bringing our business to new heights in the months and years ahead – not only because of these high standards but because it is in our DNA!

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Jan Tytgat

Jan Tytgat, Managing Director
Jan believes that self-managed, flexible teams with agreed processes are best. As a keen sailor, he says: ‘The goal is not to sail the boat, but rather to help the boat sail itself.’