Total Quality Management (TQM): Ensuring the integration of quality, marketing, engineering, production and service functions at the most economical level and ensuring the satisfaction of the customer.
CMMI: CMMI (Integrated Maturity Ability Model), which is required as a prerequisite for software development tenders in public and private sectors today and provides the opportunity to develop the company processes according to international practices at the highest level; It is a process management model with the most preferred academic content for software, hardware and IT firms. For CMMI studies to be performed in your company; from the current situation analysis (SCAMPI C) to the interim evaluations (SCAMPI B) and the final stage of the Official CMMI Assessment (SCAMPI A), we propose to bring your company to the desired level of international maturity with the CMMI consultancy and training services it will provide in accordance with PMI standards.
AQAP: AQAP means Al Allied Quality Assurance Publications issued by the Ministry of National Defense. The AQAP Certificate, which is a prerequisite for the companies in the military field to enter the tenders of the Ministry of National Defense, is certified by the Ministry of National Defense with the addition of the NATO Quality Assurance Requirements of the enterprises with ISO 9001 Quality Management System infrastructure to their systems.
ISO / IEC 27001: Information Security is an asset that is of value to a company and therefore must be appropriately protected. Information security protects information from a wide range of hazards and threats to ensure business continuity, minimize business losses and maximize the return on business opportunities and investments. Today, access to information has become easier and information security plays an important role in the transportation and storage of the information accessed independently of the place. Considering that many information is backed up in electronic media in public institutions and private institutions and the standards that can answer the question “How can information be kept more secure and continuous?” ISO, ISO 27001 Standard comes to mind in Information Security Management System Standards.
Sustainability: Sustainability is the concept of business as a whole, not only on the profit side but also on social and environmental aspects. Businesses that adhere to sustainability values provide significant advantages such as reduced costs, increased productivity, risk management, increased customer loyalty and increased competitiveness. With SROI Analysis- Social Impact Assessment, it is possible for enterprises to use their financial resources and human capital in the most efficient way by measuring the results of the actions taken within the framework of Sustainable Development Goals and the investments they make in order to contribute to social welfare.
Incentives: Analyzing the current situation, which incentives can be utilized in which subjects, making the necessary applications and preparations related to the incentives, monitoring the incentive application and the incentive application, and executing it if it is accepted.
R & D and Innovation Supports: Preparation of application file for domestic and foreign grant institutions, application and monitoring of application, monitoring and execution activities after acceptance of the application.
Establishment of Design and R & D Centers: Analysis of the current situation, preparation of the application dossier, filing of applications, follow-up of applications, monitoring and execution after application acceptance, monthly reports, tax exemptions, preparations for annual reports and observations.
Technology Development Zones (TDZ) Supports: Preparation for the entry conditions to the relevant regions, application and follow-up, monthly reporting and notifications after admission, tax exemptions.
KVKK (Personal Data Protection Board) Trainings: 2016/679 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union In 2012, the European Union launched a new regulation on the protection of personal data. The regulation adopted by the European Parliament, the Council of Europe and the European Commission was adopted in 2016 and entered into force on 25 May 2018 by repealing Directive 95/46 / EC. Within the scope of the harmonization process with the acquis communautaire, the Law on Protection of Personal Data entered into force rapidly in our country. This law includes legal regulations on personal data and provides for an administrative fine to be imposed on those responsible. Apart from this, in addition to the administrative fines, imprisonment penalties may be encountered due to the violation of Article 20 of the Constitution and the Turkish Penal Code. In addition, the Personal Data Protection Board publishes the names of the companies that are fined publicly at https://www.kvkk.gov.tr/duyurularlink.