Datagraphic achieves Achilles UVDB registration adding to its long line of accreditations

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Datagraphic is proud to announce registration with Achilles UDVB after passing the validation process.

A mark of quality

Achilles UVDB is the utility industry pre-qualification system helping buyers in the sector achieve the highest standards of supply chain assurance. As a fully registered supplier on Achilles UVDB for business services including security printing, specialist business software, printing and publication services, postal & mailing services and bill payments, Datagraphic is able to demonstrate to a wider industry audience our commitment to both quality and sustainability.

This latest mark of quality adds to our growing list of accreditations including ISO 27001, C&CCC accredited printer, CPAS (cheque printers accreditation scheme) and a British Safety Council membership.

What does this mean for utility sector buyers?

Group Managing Director, Glyn King said:

“Datagraphic has been granted this accreditation after a rigorous audit of our quality, health and safety and environment management systems and we will be assessed at regular intervals. In simple terms, Achilles UVDB accreditation streamlines the procurement process for potential buyers with a standardised pre-qualification questionnaire reducing risk and operating costs for our customers.

“And for me, I am proud that Datagraphic can now add Achilles UVDB to a long line of quality accreditations, re-affirming our commitment and vision to help customers make work enjoyable, profitable and sustainable. We do this by automating the production and output of digital and printed documents with flexible and secure end-to-end document solutions. It reflects our continued investment in quality, processes and software, adding value to our customers processes on a daily basis.”

“As a Achilles UVDB verified supplier, working to reduce risk and lower the cost of compliance, Datagraphic looks forward to developing its reputation within the utilities community.”

Written by

Suzanne Beech

Suzanne Beech

Marketing Director

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