May 7, 2018 — Kharkiv, Ukraine — TÜV NORD confirmed that the Quality Management System (QMS) of GlobalLogic Ukraine’s engineering centers meet the requirements of ISO 13485:2016 (Kharkiv, Lviv, and Kyiv centers) and ISO 9001:2015 (Kharkiv and Lviv centers). This is a great achievement, as it proves that GlobalLogic’s teams meet the high standards of its healthcare and automotive partners.

The QMS surveillance audit was held on January 30-31, 2018. The audit team ensured that quality culture development was an integral part of GlobalLogic Ukraine’s centers, verified that the Quality Objectives were achieved, met with a number of project teams to ensure that the management system they use was compliant with requirements of applicable standards, and discussed strategic planning and leadership details with the Delivery Management team.

“GlobalLogic partners with some of the largest healthcare and automotive brands in the world to develop safety critical and often life-saving solutions. Both of these industries require a strong balance between security and innovation,” says Igor Byeda, Managing Director, GlobalLogic Ukraine. “It is a great achievement for GlobalLogic that the compliance of our QMS with international standards has been confirmed once again. It proves that GlobalLogic’s tools and processes meet international quality standards.”

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GlobalLogic is a full-lifecycle product development services leader that combines chip-to-cloud software engineering expertise and vertical industry experience to help our customers design, build, and deliver their next generation products and digital experiences. We expertly integrate design, complex engineering, and agile delivery capabilities to produce superior business outcomes for global brands. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, GlobalLogic operates design studios and engineering centers around the world, extending the benefits of our true global presence to customers in the telecom, automotive, healthcare, technology, media and entertainment, manufacturing, and semiconductor industries.