Certification In India

ISO/IEC 25000:2014 Certification

What is ISO 25000 Certification?

Systems and software engineering — Systems and software Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE)

The series of standards ISO/IEC 25000, also known as SQuaRE (System and Software Quality Requirements and Evaluation), has the goal of creating a framework for the evaluation of software product quality.

ISO/IEC 25000 is the result of the evolution of several other standards; specifically from ISO/IEC 9126, which defines a quality model for software product evaluation, and ISO/IEC 14598, which defines the process for software product evaluation. The series of standards ISO/IEC 25000 consists of five divisions.

Benefits of ISO 25000 Certification

Who can be certified ISO 25000 Certification?

Software Development Company

Website Development Company

Data Analytics Company

Document required for ISO 25000 Certification

The extent of Documented Information differs as per:

Role of Shamkris and Process of ISO 25000 Certification

Shamkris adopts a results-oriented approach to compliance product certification, A simple & practical method of product certification organization in timely compliance and fulfills the product certification requirement. Shamkris support 100% on documentation required to comply with product certification either by self-certification or notify body certification to depend on directives. 

The implementation process is described below:

Time Frame

Task

Process

Day 1

Scope defined
Self Certification/NoBo
Selection
Cost Estimates

Week 1

Developing Documents

Week 4

Implementing Product Management System

Week 8

Internal Audit
MRM
CAPA

Week 10

Self Certification/NoBo
Audit
N-C Closing

Week 12

Self Certification/NoBo

Year on Year

Yearly Compliance

FAQ

The ISO/IEC 25000 series of standards, also known as SQuaRE (System and Software Quality Requirements and Evaluation), contains a framework to evaluate software product quality. ISO/IEC 25010 defines a set of eight software quality characteristics, or system “-ilities,” i.e. security, reliability, and maintainability.