The Qatar-based IT solutions service provider MEEZA has announced that it is now certified for ISO 27001:2005 and ISO 9001:2008 standards. The certification is awarded by Bureau Veritas Certification and accredited by United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).
MEEZA has been created to accelerate forward IT adoption in Qatar as means for building a knowledge-based society, in close alignment with the state’s 2030 vision. In doing so, MEEZA enables businesses of various sizes and across sectors with the option to utilise IT as a differentiator and an engine of growth.
“The certification of compliance with ISO 27001:2005 and ISO 9001:2008 recognises that policies, procedures, processes and practices of MEEZA ensure consistent quality and security in the services and workmanship we provide to our clients. With this certification, our clients can be confident that MEEZA is dedicated to maintaining the highest efficiency and responsiveness in achieving our ultimate goal – guaranteed client satisfaction”, said Ghada P. El Rassi, Deputy CEO at MEEZA.
To become certified for ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 27001:2005 standards, MEEZA underwent an evaluation process by Bureau Veritas Certification of the Quality Management Systems for the scope of ‘’ Solution Design and Provision of Services for Data Centre, Managed Services, Cloud and Work Place’’ and its Information Security Management Systems for the scope of’ Management of Information Security for Data Centre Comprising of Rack Space, Power, Cooling, Physical Security, Connectivity and Related Monitoring’’.
“We believe that our decision to become an ISO 27001:2005 and ISO 9001:2008 certified company is a proactive one that not only anticipates the demands of our clients, but also demonstrates our commitment to providing them with quality services. This achievement enhances MEEZA’s credibility and the confidence our clients, suppliers and stakeholders have in us. This demonstrates a focus on the necessary measures and actions to deliver quality services, to protect information and to satisfy actual and future needs, requirements and expectations”, said El Rassi.