Competitiveness is linked to the ability to create and innovate.

The development of Management Systems and Best R&D&i Practices (Research, Development and Innovation) responds to our Firm’s commitment to technological innovation.

The competitiveness of companies, including SMEs, will be linked to their R&D&i activities. They must integrate innovation into their strategy, structure and train themselves to develop new products and services.

We develop our services in line with the regulatory and tax framework, especially with the UNE 166001 “R&D&i Management: Requirements for R&D&i projects” and UNE 166002 “R&D&i management: R&D&i management system requirements”.

The UNE 166002 standard establishes the system for promoting these activities in organisations.

On the other hand, the UNE 166001 standard sets the requirements that an R&D&i project must contain. Its main objective is to obtain tax deductions and the consequent return on investment to the company.

Research, development and technological innovation are sometimes seen as unique, creative and unstructured processes. However, the standardisation techniques used for other activities, such as quality management, environmental management or the ethical and social management systems of organisations, are equally applicable to R&D&i management systems.

It is expected significant growth in these activities in the coming years, preferably in SMEs. The Government has improved the fiscal framework for all investments in R&D&I, besides; it has taken steps to support counselling and training activities through grants.