TL 9000 Certification

Canoga Perkins received TL9000 Registration in November 2006. The TL9000 registration incorporates all of the general ISO 9001:2000 requirements and then goes well beyond it with the latest quality system requirements that apply specifically to telecommunications suppliers.
The Telecom Quality Management System

Canoga Perkins received our initial TL9000 Registration in November 2006. We continually keep current with the evolving TL Standard with periodic audits and recertification, passing the latest, achieving Stage 2 Compliance with TL9000:2016 in May 2018.

 

TL9000 registration incorporates all of the general ISO 9001:2015 requirements, then goes well beyond it with the latest quality system requirements that apply specifically to telecommunications suppliers. Unlike most companies that report major changes to their companies’ procedures and policies, Canoga Perkins commitment to quality and the concepts of ISO 9001 needed only to revise our policies and manner of business to achieve TL9000 certification. Canoga Perkins received TL9000 Registration in November 2006. TL9000 registration incorporates all of the general ISO 9001:2000 requirements and then goes well beyond it with the latest quality system requirements that apply specifically to telecommunications suppliers.

 

Unlike most companies that report TL9000 caused major changes to their companies’ procedures and policies, due to our ingrained quality management practices, Canoga Perkins only needed to revise our policies and manner of business to achieve TL9000 certification. Canoga Perkins received TL9000 Registration in November 2006.

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