Nuremberg/Stuttgart/Dusseldorf, 16 August 2011 – Nash Technologies has been certified according to the TL 9000-V industry standard. The internationally recognized certificate was handed over to the IT developer and network specialists with offices in Nuremberg and Stuttgart. “Today, in our business, those who choose to outsource their development activities insist on having agreed upon costs, deadlines and quality respected. This certificate enables us to substantiate the high standards we have been fostering and refining for years now”, says Udo Nadolski, CEO Nash Technologies.
The TL 9000-V certificate is a quality standard for suppliers of telecommunication equipment and services. It is based on the ISO 9001 standard and is administered by the QuEST Forum (Quality Excellence for Suppliers of Telecommunication), which leading telecommunication component suppliers and service providers are members of. Firms certified according to TL 9000 are proven to provide better results in key areas such as on-time delivery and speed of response to error messages. The costs associated with poor quality in the area of telecommunications are enormous. In fact, according to the QuEST Forum, they amount to as much as 10 billion dollars.
According to the Boston Consulting Group, Nash Technologies ranks among the “leading research and development providers in Europe in the telecommunication sector”. The company develops, manages and tests software for telecommunication manufacturers and operators. Nash Technologies’ expertise covers all stages of the product lifecycle, and its testing facilities rank among the world’s largest.
One of the company’s very special areas of expertise is its Carrier-Grade Software, which delivers availability of 99.999 percent, i.e. its average failure rate is less than 30 minutes per year. “We not only need this level of failsafe performance in the classical telephone business, but also for tomorrow’s Internet. In the future, whoever wishes to successfully control energy systems, traffic or health systems with Smart Grid, can no longer afford to work with slow, irregular connections”, adds Nadolski.