By emphasizing process efficiencies, leadership, and people, SCRAM Systems has consistently pursued a business model that promotes and values excellence. Through this approach, the company has become renown in the market for the highest quality products, services, and customer satisfaction.
To ensure that we continually meet or exceed our customers’ requirements, SCRAM Systems has pursued and acquired certification for standards set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This means that our products conform to the world's highest standards for efficiency and effectiveness as set forth by this independent, international organization.
Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001:2008): SCRAM Systems became ISO 9001:2008 certified following successful participation in a rigorous audit conducted by TUV Rheinland of North America, Inc., an independent certification services organization.
Information Security Management Systems (ISO/IEC 27001:2013): SCRAM Systems acquired ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification for alcohol monitoring in SCRAMnet, our Software as a Service (SaaS) program. This certification, granted by Perry Johnson Registrars, Inc., confirms that best practices and standards for Information Security Management System (ISMS) are in place.
SCRAM Systems is committed to making a difference by providing the best electronic monitoring products, software, and services in the criminal justice market.
Acquiring certification for standards set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) means that SCRAM Systems has achieved the highest global standards for the design, development, and management of the company, as well as our products and services. We are dedicated to retaining certification by participating in periodic re-certification audits and by:
"The certification is important because it shows that doing business with SCRAM Systems means you’re doing business with an organization that meets the world’s highest standards for efficiency and effectiveness, and that the company is well aligned with customer requirements."
— Mike Iiams, Chairman & CEO, SCRAM Systems
Sobering Up Blog
Starting next year, drivers in Canada could be required to take alcohol breath tests regardless of whether officers have a “reasonable suspicion” that they are driving under the influence of alcohol.
SCRAM in the News
Offenders who commit crimes while under the influence of alcohol could be issued with so-called sobriety tags as part of a two-year trial.
Hear Dennis talk about his struggles with alcohol and how SCRAM CAM helped him get his life back on track.