in the Information and Communication Technology market
Management System Certifications
ISO 9001 Certification
Quality management systems
Inforlandia has been obtaining ISO 9001 certification since 2003.
ISO 9001 is the most widely used management system standard worldwide, being the international reference for the Certification of Quality Management Systems.
The adoption of a Quality Management System is, according to ISO 9001, a strategic decision by the Organization that is taken at the highest level of decision to serve a specific purpose and obtain results.
By addressing the ability to satisfy customers’ needs and expectations, increase their satisfaction through a management system and improve the Organization’s overall performance, ISO 9001 is based on the fundamental purpose of an Organization’s existence.
ISO 9001 adopts a process approach, which incorporates the PDCA cycle of continuous improvement, and integrates risk-based thinking, allowing not only customer loyalty but also the organization’s competitiveness based on the pillars of sustainability.
ISO 14001 Certification
Environmental management systems
Inforlandia has been obtaining ISO 14001 certification since 2012.
Compliance with ISO 14001 ensures the rational use of energy and resources, in addition to reducing costs over time, ensuring that the management system is, globally, designed, implemented and maintained in accordance with the requirements of the Reference Standards; and demonstrates the ability to consistently comply with applicable requirements, achieve objectives and implement the Organization’s policies.
In this way, Inforlandia’s environmental responsibility is expressed in relation to its products and services, complying with environmental standards and demonstrating its commitment to the environment in all its daily actions.
Inforlandia has already certified products and is in the process of certifying new products under this standard.
The TCO Certification is a worldwide sustainability certification for electronic products, founded over 25 years ago. It is governed by socially responsible manufacturing criteria, both at an environmental level and at the individual level, guaranteeing that the products do not harm the health and guarantee the safety of the user, presenting an ergonomic design.
All criteria were developed from a life cycle perspective that covers the phases of manufacture, use and end of life or recovery.
The certified product models and the facilities where they are manufactured are independently verified in terms of compliance, alongside the sustainability initiatives undertaken by the company responsible for the brand. TCO certification is available in eight product categories, including computers, projectors and screens, among others. The TCO certification is a Type 1 eco-label in accordance with ISO 14024.
A complete list of certified product models can be found at
Inforlandia is the only national computer manufacturer to achieve EPEAT .
EPEAT® environmental classification record for electronic products EPEAT® is a complete environmental classification system that identifies electronic equipment that meets specific environmental criteria, combining comprehensive criteria for design, production, energy consumption and recycling with permanent and independent verification of claims by manufacturers.
To see the products and their classification (bronze, silver or gold) in your country, visit: www.epeat.net
Hardware Compatibility (Designed for Windows)
Inforlandia / INSYS – Was the first national manufacturer to obtain the “Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility” certification.
Pursuing its strategy of quality and compliance in the production process, Inforlandia has been working towards obtaining all the certifications that characterize international brands, among which it is positioned.
The submission of INSYS branded equipment to the certification for the “Windows 10 Client” was another successful step in the pursuit of that strategy.
INSYS AIO | INSYS ProB | INSYS DesigNote | INSYS PowerPlay | INSYS N9350TW
The successful passing of the “Windows Hardware Compatibility Certification” tests allows the use of the “Designed for Windows” logo, which gives credibility and offers confidence to customers who trust the logo as a guarantee of compatibility and reliability.
This program, which is particularly demanding in the set of tests and standards to be achieved, is intended to help develop systems and devices that, after tested and certified, guarantee that they meet Microsoft’s high and demanding standards for Windows 10, as well as guarantee the level of quality that allows an excellent Windows experience for customers.
The ENERGY STAR® program was started in 1993 by the United States environmental protection agency (the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – EPA).
The EPA has developed a test method to certify products with specific energy saving attributes. The ENERGY STAR® program gradually introduces increasingly strict requirements at a regular pace, with the most recent revision coming into effect on 11 October 2019.
Although the new standard is complex to comply with, our objective remains that 100% of product launches in the domestic market will obtain this label. These energy requirements are the basis for other eco-labels, such as EPEAT and Blue Angel, and demonstrate our continued commitment to reducing the energy consumption of products.
RoHS is a set of European Union standards that implements Directive 2002/95 which restricts the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. That directive prohibits the marketing on the European Union market of any product with electrical / electronic components containing more than the limits established for lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, flame retardants based on polybrominated biphenyl ether (PBB) and diphenyl polybrominated (PBDE).
All products produced and marketed by Inforlandia comply with RoHS standards.
The CE marking demonstrates that the products produced by Inforlandia meet the essential requirements of all relevant EU guidelines. About 25 guidelines require CE marking. The manufacturer, whether based inside or outside the community, is responsible for the product’s compliance with the applicable guidelines and for the affixing of the CE marking.
Intel® Partner Alliance Titanium Certification
Intel® Partner Alliance is a global program of IT manufacturers and resellers, in which it holds the Titanium level, the highest level of recognition from Intel®.
Microsoft OEM Partner certification
The highest degree of certification and competence from Microsoft, allowing a close relationship with Microsoft.
Sophos Certification – Silver Partner
Sophos is the World leader in Cybersecurity solutions, with solutions from endpoints to Firewalls with “Deep Learning” technology
VMWare – Professional Solution Provider
VMware is virtualization software that allows you to run several operating systems simultaneously, on the same computer, performing the management and sharing of existing hardware resources, which allows a great reduction of costs in your computer network.
Award – EXAME
Inforlandia was recently awarded the “Best Company on the Market in the Technology, Media and Telecommunications Sector” in the 2021 edition of the Exame Magazine’s Biggest and Best Companies Awards. This was the 32nd edition of this initiative that has long been a reference in economic analysis in Portugal.
It is with pride that Inforlandia receives recognition for a journey spanning more than 30 years during which it has consolidated its position in the market as a company that wants to be increasingly productive and generate more wealth, thus contributing to economic growth in Portugal.
Channel Innovation Award – intel
Inforlandia was awarded the 2010 Channel Innovation Award, awarded by Intel Portugal. This competition aims to reward the most functional and innovative solution based on Intel architecture, and the winning solution for Portugal was Inforlandia’s Brand Art Concept (BAC). The challenge was launched by Intel to all its partners, having been awarded a prize by country, among all participants, using the technical evaluation criteria (25% – use of architecture or integrated Intel products); importance for the business (25% – added value that the solution represents for the market and or segment for which it is intended); usability (25% – ease of use and adaptability to the end user) and innovation (25% – totally innovative solution).