Management systems
– Control & support in the day-to-day business

True success comes when employees understand how they contribute to the objectives.

Make it easy to
get things right

A management system should be used to systematically drive an organization towards its vision by putting the chosen strategy into practice. Based on the strategic direction and the needs and requirements of key stakeholders, it defines the objectives, plans, processes, roles, and the associated responsibilities, required to do the right things in the right way.  

Our approach gives you a user-friendly management system tailored to your needs.


Realize the potential in your operations.

Research from KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, shows that it is relatively easy to identify and eliminate unnecessary costs of up to 15% in an average business. It also reduces the waste of time, capital, and finite resources.

More satisfied customers

Customers can see that you always keep your promises by systematically meeting their requirements and expectations.

Objectives are met

Linking strategic objectives to operational targets, which govern day-to-day activities, increases the likelihood that they will be met.

Lasting results

The results last longer when it is easier to improve and implement new processes and procedures.

Increased efficiency

High quality deliveries on time, with minimal waste of time and resources.

Our way of working

We listen, learn, train & implement

An effective management system must be designed to link strategies, projects, processes, workflows, and documents into a well-functioning whole. We, therefore, work closely with our clients when delivering a new management system. This ensures that day-to-day operations are aligned with strategic and operational objectives and meet requirements.

Our experience

Over three decades we have been helping businesses to develop.

We offer experienced management consultants, engaging training, and a comprehensive IT solutions. And as no two projects are the same, we always start by listening to you, the customer, to get a full picture of the situation. The current situation, combined with the desired outcome, forms the basis for the actions we then recommend.
Key components of a comprehensive management system
Enterprise Architecture

Provides a well-defined structure to describe the links between strategy, business processes, IT infrastructure, and integrations between different software systems.



We help define what sustainability is based on the needs of your business. This provides a clearer focus on the initiatives that create the most benefit, which in turn creates the conditions for long-term and successful sustainability work.


GAP analysis

The path to a dynamic management system starts with a gap analysis that measures how the existing management system compares to the requirements and results in an action plan on how to achieve them.



Integrated management systems

Reduces ambiguity as to what the objective is, how to achieve it, and who has responsibility for what.


Internal and supplier audits

Our audits help create significant opportunities for improvement. We conduct internal and third-party audits against ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, IATF 16949, AS9100, ISO 17025, ISO 27001, ISO 14385, and other standards.


Information security

Includes all information, regardless of format and medium, such as protection of intellectual property, IT, and cyber security.


Customer journey

It's about seeing the world from the customer's perspective to create more satisfied customers.


Quality management systems

Enables an organization to deliver products and services that meet customer expectations while minimizing unnecessary internal deficiency costs.


Environmental management systems

Ensures that the organization works systematically to improve environmental performance, comply with environmental legislation and achieve positive environmental impacts.



Process development

Well-defined processes are a powerful tool for creating customer focus, identifying key hand-offs, and highlighting where value is created in the organization.

Risk and crisis management

Systematic risk management helps to avoid unnecessary costs and problems before they occur, and the purpose of crisis management is to prevent small crises from becoming large ones.


Operational health and safety

Gives structure to health and safety management and helps the company to use resources where they have the greatest impact in order to prevent and minimize risks.


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