October 02, 2012
BELFORT, France, Oct. 2 – 28th of September 2012. EURO/CFD, engineering company specializing in numerical calculation, was certified in compliance with the AFNOR ISO 9001:2008 quality standards.
After attaining a computing power of 12 TeraFlops at peak speed with its own HPC cluster 1 054 cores, EURO/CFD takes an extra step in customer satisfaction by progressing in its approach of global improvement of its services.
The standard ISO 9001:2008 allows making sure that the customers obtain products and services at a good level of quality. This standard is based on quality management principles, in particular a strong customer orientation, motivation and commitment of the management, process approach and continuous improvement.
EURO / CFD has set up a Quality System Management (SMQ), by converging customers, internal and normative requirements.
The policy which ensues from it declines in four commitments:
- Maintain the quality of advice, results and analysis
- Maintain expert skills in the state of art
- Reduce time delay to get closer of customers requirements
- Improve reporting of services management to the customers
EURO / CFD obtained an immediate initial certification, no major non-compliance having been detected. Opportunities were also identified, what will allow the company to increase its efforts in its approach of continuous improvement.
EURO/CFD is located in Belfort, at the heart of the Energy Valley. Main activity is numerical simulation of physics phenomenon related to fluid mechanics and heat transfers. Growing interest of industrial companies for Research and Development led the company to propose customized turnkey solutions.
EURO/CFD stays at the very edge of technology, with applications fields such as energy, aeronautics or automotive.
The company offers a unique alliance of in-depth competencies and huge computing power on commercial codes like ANSYS, NUMECA or CD-ADAPCO. EURO/CFD long experience in industry and expertise allows the company to intervene on sensitive fields such as nuclear power and Defense.
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