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December 3, 2020
Certification recognizes commitment to quality, strong customer focus
FARMINGTON, Conn.— Shoreline Biome, a microbiome research company that develops tools for characterizing microbiome populations down to the strain level, has been awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification.
The company received the certificate for its management system on Nov. 4, 2020. It recognizes Shoreline Biome’s commitment to quality through an effective quality management system.
ISO 9001:2015 is a standard issued by ISO, an independent, non-governmental international organization. ISO 9001 sets the criteria for quality management systems; it is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement, according to the ISO website. ISO 9001 certification helps ensure that customers get consistent, good-quality products and services.
To become ISO 9001:2015 compliant, Shoreline Biome underwent an extensive company-wide audit of the quality management system and supporting management system documented information.
“We’re pleased to have received this ISO 9001:2015 certification,” said Tom Jarvie, Shoreline Biome’s co-founder and chief marketing officer. “It reinforces Shoreline Biome’s commitment to creating industry-leading products and services that are on par with international standards of excellence.”
ABOUT SHORELINE BIOME
Characterizing the human microbiome and analyzing its role in human health and disease are priority goals for researchers around the world. Shoreline Biome accelerates breakthroughs in microbiome research by developing transformative discovery tools that characterize microbiome populations down to the strain level. With Shoreline Biome products, all it takes is three easy steps: lyse, purify, and amplify. Shoreline Biome’s easy-to-use companion analysis software and comprehensive reference database enables straightforward strain-level identification and quantitation of all bacteria in the sample. To learn more, visit shorelinebiome.com.