Our certifications

OPQCM qualification

Business Mediation Referencing

OPQCM qualification

In recognition of our professionalism, Adocis obtained the OPQCM qualification in 2006.

What is OPQCM?

An independent organisation, the Professional Qualification Office for Management Consulting (OPQCM) is recognised by the State. Its purpose is to “deliver to consulting firms a certificate of professional qualification” concerning their intellectual services “in recognition of their professionalism”.
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The OPQCM qualification aims to deliver a qualification to consulting firms, thereby enabling them to have their skills and professionalism recognised. This qualification presupposes a relationship of trust between the client and the consulting provider. It certifies that ADOCIS combines the following principles: 

  • Compliance with regulations
  • Matching of skills and technical and human resources for the assignments carried out
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Financial sustainability
  • Compliance with the code of ethics, the professional code of conduct and internal regulations

Business Mediation Referencing

Since May 2016, Adocis has complied with the charter of consulting stakeholders in Research Tax Credit / Innovation Tax Credit (CIR/CII) established by Business Mediation (approval ref N ° 2016-05-24 / 01/11). On 13 April 2018, following a full audit, the Business Mediator decided to renew this referencing without reservation.

Business Mediation is a body created on 8 April 2010 by decree of the President of the French Republic. Placed under the supervision of the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Digital Technology, Business Mediation is directing this organisation.

The basis of the CIR-CII Consulting Actors Charter follows 5 criteria:

  1. Duty to inform: the signatory of the Charter undertakes to inform its prospects and clients thereof and to make the charter available to them.
  2. Duty to raise awareness: the signatory of the Charter undertakes to make its client companies aware of tax rules applicable to the Research Tax Credit and/or Innovation Tax Credit (CIR and / or CII) as well as to the compliance obligations that prospects and clients must satisfy and demonstrate.
  3. Duty to alert: the signatory of the Charter undertakes to formally alert the client company of the risks of calling into question the Research Tax Credit and/or Innovation Tax Credit (CIR and / or CII) and of all their consequences in the event of duly noted inadequacies or failures of the client company.
  4. Duty to protect: the signatory of the Charter undertakes to take out professional insurance covering all the services provided to client companies.
  5. Duty to communicate: the signatory of the Charter undertakes to collect and analyse all information in relation to compliance with the charter and its practices in order to be part of a dynamic of continuous progress.