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Share Your Success Story (Testimonial or Case Study) on ANSI's Standards Boost Business Website

7/17/2020
ANSI News

With recent efforts to increase dialogue and understanding of the power and benefits of standardization, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) invites its members and standards community to submit success stories as case studies to ANSI's Standards Boost Business (SBB) website.

Launched in 2013, the SBB campaign serves to inform and educate C-suite executives, senior public policy officials, and upper/middle managers about the ways that standards and conformity assessment activities boost business performance and innovation, lower business costs, and drive U.S. industry competition in the global marketplace. To that end, contributing a case study helps increase awareness and understanding amongst businesses, organizations, government, young or emerging professionals, and students about the U.S. voluntary standardization system, and serves to promote a culture that values the infinite contributions standardization and standards professionals make to society.

Several case studies are available on StandardsBoostBusiness.org, in addition to business leader video testimonials and a toolkit of resources that are freely available to companies and organizations that are looking to learn more about the power of standardization.

"Contributing to the Standards Boost Business campaign is a great opportunity to share powerful information about how your companies and organizations are using - and benefitting from - standards and conformance activities," said ANSI president and CEO S. Joe Bhatia. "I encourage you to share your success stories about how strategic standardization is helping to access new markets, reduce costs, increase efficiency and productivity, and be more competitive in today's complex global marketplace."

Case studies can be sent to sbb@ansi.org, and are published and ANSI's discretion.

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