Quality Policy

Dolphin Integration is certified ISO 9001 and its ASIC/SoC Services are certified EN 9100

ISO 9001 certification granted in 2008

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Our policy: a commitment to the quality

DOLPHIN INTEGRATION is positioned at the center of multiparty relations involving our customers, our employees, our shareholders and other stakeholders, including our suppliers and our banks, as well as the public authorities.

It is for this set of partners that our Quality System Manual makes sense: it is the witness of our quality system and of our commitments in this domain, considering that our quality reflex must be accompanied by the sportsmanship to face the challenges and by the systematic will to move forward.

As a provider of virtual components and services for integration and delivery of circuits, not fabricator but designer "to facilitate the integration of low-power circuits", our corporate culture fosters innovation continuously to anticipate the satisfaction of the needs, in permanent progression, of our customers through the supply of competitive products, defect-free, reliable and with high fabrication yield.

Our commitment implies the synergy between the activities of virtual components and related services under various forms, from the delegation of highly qualified employees, to the complete outsourcing of custom projects up to the delivery of real circuits ("Custom Fabless Products").

The challenges of our survival and of our growth thus comprise forecasting, responsiveness and quality, through a rigorous approach of marketing and of innovation management, which may ensure the adequacy of our offering to customers’ needs. The indicators mainly describe the past and their analysis reveals the needs for change. Some markers are associated with them in order to plan step-by-step continuous improvements. The quality of our orientations thus depends more on our vision and our talent to execute it.

The specifics of our design activity in microelectronics impose upon us to focus our attention on the management of quality in the broadest sense, in the interests of our various stakeholders:

  • quality of management of our teams and of persons, project management and selection of priorities for improved productivity,
  • quality of the management of innovation and of our orientation decisions for the highest profitability,
  • quality of customer relationships inspiring the orientation of our commercial strategy for their satisfaction,
  • quality of financial management ensuring the confidence of all our partners,
  • right-on-first-pass for delays, costs and quality of our products and services (OTD, OQD, OCD).

Chritian Dupont