What we do
At Triconic, we work behind the scenes to run branded programs that add the value of certification services to the sponsor’s toolbox. Our team of certification professionals design, build, and operate systems to certify products, processes or services, as needed to further the goals of the sponsoring organization.
Triconic's mission is to be one of the world's leading producers and providers of certification programs and information. By using creativity and innovation to distinguish our portfolio of certification programs, services, and products, we aim to develop the most trusted and profitable certification programs while bringing the best user experiences to all markets we serve. Our team values integrity, openness, and mutual respect, takes on challenges and promises to hold ourselves accountable to customers, shareholders, partners, and employees by honoring our commitments, providing results, and striving for the highest quality.
In the short term, Triconic will develop certification programs for sponsors in every state and many countries around the world. In the long term, Triconic will be the prominent firm for building and running certification programs for sponsors around the world.
The aim of "certifying" is to give confidence to all interested parties their product, process or service fulfills specified requirements. The value of certification is the degree of confidence and trust that is established by an impartial and competent demonstration of the fulfillment of specified requirements by a third party. Parties that have an interest in certification include, but are not limited to:
- the clients of the certification bodies;
- the customers of the organizations whose products, processes or services are certified;
- governmental authorities;
- non-governmental organizations; and
- consumers and other members of the public
Certification of products, processes or services is a means of providing assurance that they comply with specified requirements in standards and other normative documents. Some product, process or service certification programs may include initial testing or inspection and assessment of its suppliers' quality management systems, followed by surveillance that considers the quality management system and the testing or inspection of samples from the production and the open market. Other programs rely on initial testing and surveillance testing, while still others comprise type testing only.