HERSHAM, UK, 31 July 2013 / — PRQA | Programming Research, a global leader in static analysis, announces that its Quality Management System has been approved by Lloyds Register Quality Assurance and has achieved certifications in ISO 9001:2008 and TickIT Guide Issue 5.5. The Quality Management System is applicable to sales, development, testing, installation and support of static analysis software.
This international standard is one of the most widely adopted and is published by the International Standards Organization (ISO). It ensures that organizations are striving to meet and exceed customers requirements and satisfaction through continuous improvement.
PRQA has a stated policy of continuous improvements in the quality performance of our products and services’. To achieve ISO 9001 certification PRQA had to fulfill the requirements specified by ISO, and demonstrate its quality management systems consistently provide products and services that meet customer as well as statutory and regulatory requirements.
‘We are delighted to have achieved ISO 9001 accreditation. It sends out a clear message that all members of the PRQA team are committed to quality products, customer service and delivery’, said Paul Blundell, CEO at PRQA.
About PRQA | PROGRAMMING RESEARCH Established in 1985, PRQA is recognized throughout the industry as a pioneer in static analysis, championing automated coding standard inspection and defect detection, delivering its expertise through industry-leading software inspection and standards enforcement technology.
PRQAs industry-leading tools, QAC, QAC++ and QAVerify, offer the closest possible examination of C and C++ code. All contain powerful, proprietary parsing engines combined with deep accurate dataflow which deliver high fidelity language analysis and comprehension. They identify problems caused by language usage that is dangerous, overly complex, non-portable or difficult to maintain. Plus, they provide a mechanism for coding standard enforcement.
PRQA has corporate offices in UK, USA, India, Ireland and Netherlands, complemented by a worldwide distribution network.