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According to statistics of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Standards, Metrology and Quality, the application of management systems, such as ISO 9001: 2015 helps enterprises increase productivity, revenue and profit from 30% - 50% compared to last year.

According to Mr. Nguyen Viet Dung, Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Science and Technology, the application of management systems and improved tools not only helps businesses increase growth but also controls the production process, stabilizes the first quality of input and output.

"Survey results from Ho Chi Minh City Department of Science and Technology in coordination with Ho Chi Minh City Institute of Economics show that about 70% of enterprises in 4 key industries in Ho Chi Minh City have high quality productivity. Businesses with quality management systems achieve sales of 3-7 times more than businesses do not apply, " Mr. Dung said.

Mrs. Nguyen Thu Thao, Head of Productivity Development - Ho Chi Minh City Department of Standards, Metrology and Quality said, in recent years, in order to support businesses, the Department has proposed the Program to support enterprises increase quality productivity.

Within the scope of the program, the Department organized 922 dissemination, propaganda, training and international cooperation classes on the development and application of advanced management systems, National Quality Awards and advanced tools, improvement of productivity and 158 training courses on quality productivity, innovation through training / consulting organizations.

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