Business owner deciding whether to change ISO certification body

If you already hold an ISO certification (such as ISO 9001 or ISO 27001), you may be interested to know that you can change your certification body at any time.

Your certification body is the organisation that issued your certificate. Due to the international nature of ISO standards, and international agreements for the accreditation of certification bodies, your certification body does not need to be within your own country. You are free to 'shop around' and find a certification body that suits you, your customers’ requirements, and ultimately your budget.

One question we're often asked is: How do you provide certification at such a competitive price? You can visit our FAQ page if you want all the details, but the short answer is that we work smartly and keep our overheads to a minimum. This approach works very well for us, and as a result, we have hundreds of repeat customers who happily use ISO Accelerator for independent certification year after year.

Since ISO Accelerator launched back in 2017, not only have we helped the environment - we have saved the industry as a whole hundreds of thousands of pounds by providing the level of independent ISO certification that businesses actually require.


Why change ISO certification body?

Switching to a different ISO certification body can bring a number of possible benefits, including:

  • Lower costs
  • Improved customer service
  • Streamlined auditing / recertification process

These are just some of the reasons to consider switching to ISO Accelerator for your certification needs.


Why switch to ISO Accelerator?

Here at ISO Accelerator, we provide a remote ISO certification service that's carried out entirely online. This means no lengthy consultation sessions, no on-site meetings, and lower costs for your organisation.

Click the links below to learn more about changing from your current certification body to ISO Accelerator. We can handle the entire switch for you - please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.

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