Specific requirements assessments

Specific requirements assessments (SRA)

Specific requirements assessments includes not implemented, partially or fully implemented management systems, GDPR requirements, another standard specific requirements, etc.

ITA performs SRA assessments against partially or fully implemented management system requirements, GDPR requirements, another standard specific or good practices requirements or specifications. We have the expertise and capability to assess the level of your implemented operational rules comparing to the potential or desired performance of your management system/another requirements and specifications you would like us to evaluate. Doing SRA you will have adequate data to review and analyze and you will be even able to reduce your economical expenses and risks. SRA identify gaps between the optimized allocation and integration of the inputs (resources), and the current allocation level. This may reveal areas that can be improved. SRA involve determining, documenting, and improving the difference between business requirements and current capabilities. SRA naturally flow from benchmarking, other assessments and good practices. Once the general expectation of performance in an industry is understood, it is possible to compare that expectation with the company’s current level of performance. This comparison becomes the SRA. Such assessment can be performed at the strategic or at the operational level of an organization. SRA are formal study of what a business is doing currently and where it wants to go in the future. It can be conducted in different perspectives.

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ISO 9001 – Quality management system. Requirements. Business improvement. Business risks assessment

ISO 9001 is the most common and most popular international standard. It provides a framework that allows organizations to develop and implement their own quality management systems, strive for the best achievements and manage their day-to-day operations effectively.

Any organization that has implemented a quality management system has the potential to attract and retain customers, while improving the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of its business.

The certification of quality management systems according to this standard is a guarantee that the organization has reliable mechanisms to ensure the quality of the products and services it provides.


  • Development of consistent, repetitive processes as a common system;
  • Increased business efficiency by improving monitoring and measurement;
  • Audit of the management system, identification of sustainability, stimulation of change;
  • Targeting the responsibility for development and management of the quality system to senior management;
  • Ensuring the necessary means to satisfy the requirements of the clients and other interested parties;
  • Identification and understanding of business risks and the means of minimizing them;
  • Continuous measurement of the company’s objectives and their implementation;
  • Identification of non-compliances and reducing errors in the quality of products and services;
  • Identification and elimination of the root causes of recurring problems, saving time and money;
  • Improvement of the overall performance and increase of profits.