Irvine, CA, March 08, 2006 – CardLogix Corporation, a leading manufacturer of smart cards and software, announced that it has been recognized and approved for its quality management system in accordance with the ISO 9001:2000; ANSI/ASW Q9001:2000 International Quality Standard. This standard, established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is concerned with quality management in manufacturing and meeting customer, as well as other, regulatory requirements. The audits and certification of CardLogix was performed by Underwriters Lab, Inc., (UL) an independent, not-for-profit standards certification organization. With this approval, CardLogix is qualified as a supplier for a new level of contracts from both enterprise and government organizations. The company’s approval can be referenced at ul.com under file number A14381 category number 3577.
CardLogix President and CEO, Bruce Ross, commented that ISO quality approval is the culmination of many months of refinement of the company’s internal systems. “We had many of the system components already in place, so that our recent efforts ‘fine-tuned’ the company to conform to this ISO standard”. Ross stated that CardLogix has many years of experience manufacturing to similar, stringent standards for integrated circuits and smart cards. “Our customers already require the highest standards of quality, traceability and security. This important step dovetails with our primary objective of always exceeding customer expectations”.
CardLogix is the leading U.S. supplier of smart cards and software for the transaction of data and value. Since 1998 CardLogix has provided smart card platforms for solutions in security, retail, healthcare and financial applications worldwide. CardLogix is an ISO and ANSI-certified quality manufacturer located in Irvine, Ca. For more information about CardLogix, go to cardlogix.com.
About ISO and Underwriters Labs, Inc.
ISO is a network of the national standards institutes of 156 countries, on the basis of one member per country, with a Central Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, that coordinates the system. Contact ISO at iso.org.
Underwriters Labs, Inc. has been testing products for more than 110 years. UL tests more than 19,000 types of products annually, and more than 19 billion UL Marks appear on products each year. Worldwide, UL’s family of companies and its network of service providers include 58 laboratories, and testing and certification facilities. Contact UL at ul.com.