15 February 2019. AENOR, Spain's benchmark certification body, has taken yet another step in helping organisations in their digital transformation process, contributing to generating confidence in the market and society. This organisation has updated and improved the features of its digital tool, Certool, to help organisations effectively achieve the digital transformation of their processes and management system.
Certool is AENOR's family of software solutions for properly managing management processes and systems, based on international ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) standards and as part of ongoing improvement, or the PDCA cycle (plan – do – check – act).
Among other improvements, Certool is offered in the cloud, allowing even more efficient company management systems, providing high availability, security, and automatic updates, while reducing administration time and costs. The Certool cloud provides immediate, unrestricted access via a unique platform, from anywhere and through any device with an internet connection. In addition, it makes the management more efficient because it structures, homogenises, and centralises management systems information on a single platform.
Another novelty of this digital tool from AENOR is the incorporation of Certool Check, new software that allows audits, controls, and inspections to be automated, in the organisation itself as well as its suppliers and clients.
AENOR also offers Certool Compact, software that provides essential solutions for systems management, including document control, the management of non-conformance, and improvement actions management. Organisations can also access Certool Premium, the solution for global systems management, based on ISO standards or other reference standards. A software tool that optimises the planning, execution, control, and improvement of processes within the organisation.
AENOR's revamped digital tool joins the digital ecosystem comprising a set of certifications that, responding to international good practices, accredit the fact that an organisation is moving forward correctly in its digitisation process. There are 3 major areas where it is crucial to generate confidence: connectivity and computing; generation and use of data, and cybersecurity.