In another demonstration of its ongoing commitment to the highest possible quality testing services, Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has achieved accreditation from the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) to the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standard (General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories) for its laboratories in Noida, India, and Moncton, Canada.
These accreditations are the latest achievements in a years-long push by GLI across its test labs around the world in an ongoing effort to ensure that its testing labs are compliant with the most current ISO requirements.
Emphasizing a commitment to excellence, all GLI test labs operate under the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2017, underscoring the organization’s dedication to maintaining the highest quality standards in its testing processes worldwide.
GLI COO, EMEIA Devon Dalbock said: “Noida, India, is one of the newest labs in GLI’s global constellation, and we are thrilled for this lab to have achieved accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025:2017. This is an important milestone for this location and for GLI.”
GLI Vice President of Client Services, North America Salim L. Adatia said: “GLI’s ability to offer the highest quality testing is crucial for our clients in North America and around the world, and we are very pleased that our Moncton, New Brunswick, lab has joined the growing list of GLI locations to attain this accreditation.”
GLI has established itself as the most highly accredited gaming testing lab in the world by a wide margin. The GLI Group of Companies maintains 40 accreditations from various accreditation bodies worldwide.
Caption: Devon Dalbock