Attaining Certification is a rigorous process requiring an investment in resources — a worthwhile investment. By implementing CSIA’s Best Practices and confirming their adoption via CSIA Certification, you will build a better company
CSIA Certification is the capstone of implementing the Best Practices
. When approaching Certification, everyone in your company should be involved in the process so that the Best Practices become part of your organization's “DNA.”
CSIA Certified companies are financially stronger than non-certified companies. One of our partners recently completed an analysis of the data suggesting a strong link between Certification and business performance. Additionally, some suppliers require CSIA Certification to be recognized in the top tier of their system integrator programs.
White Paper: CSIA Certified means proven results
Well-run, professional control system integration companies benefit clients and automation vendors, impacting every manufacturing industry. Our white paper demonstrates this by linking business performance data to CSIA Certification.
CSIA Certified companies lead SI industry
Successful system integration businesses combine technical proficiency with sound business practices. If you want to become a better company, begin by downloading the Best Practices Manual. Besides joining
CSIA, it is the first step on the road to CSIA Certification.
Certification proves that your company has met or exceeded CSIA Best Practices in ten key areas:
- General Management
- Human Resources Management
- Marketing, Business Development and Sales Management
- Financial Management
- Project Management
- System Development Lifecycle
- Supporting Activities
- Quality Management
- Service and Support
- Information Systems Management and Cyber Security