Meet Stendard

Our team at Stendard are strong advocates of quality business practices. We believe in supporting companies on their ISO certification journey, and work to encourage that.

With insight built on more than 10 years of regulatory and consulting experience in the medical industry, we have been, since 2016, internationally involved with more than 200 medical device companies working to attain the ISO 13485 certification.

We strive to continually innovate and create solutions to address compliance needs of every company with the Stendard Solution™.


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The pain and frustration we are solving.

We know the importance of globalisation. It is the differentiating factor between a micro, small, or medium enterprise, and a much more extensive corporation.

When expanding abroad, a challenge faced is the ability to assure international clients that the quality of a product/service remains consistently high. This is addressed with attaining ISO certification! Still, the inertia to adopt standards remains, as implementation takes up a lot of resources which management find hard to justify. We are here is to lower this barrier to entry and encourage globalisation!

Stendard understands the pain and frustration of setting up an ISO-compliant Quality Management System, and is here to remove it!

Our management had previous consulting experience in setting up quality management systems for various companies, and struggled first-hand with time being ineffectively spent by manually producing the required documents and establishing procedures.

We felt that this should not be the norm, and vowed to improve it using technology. With that, Stendard was born.

Stendard is the solution to all your compliance needs, with our first innovative engine being an ISO document creator - The Stendard First™.

The Co-founders


Jason Lim

// CEO & Co-founder


Vincent Lim

// CTO & Co-founder


Corporate Advisory Board


Mr Lee Suan Hiang

// Advisor

Mr Lee Suan Hiang, a Colombo Plan Scholar in Industrial Design (Engineering), had a varied career in public service as Deputy Managing Director of the Economic Development Board and Chief Executive of SPRING Singapore, National Productivity Board and Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research before his retirement in 2011. During those periods, he was also Chairman of PSB Corporation and Council Member of the International Standards Organisation.

He now serves as the President of the EDB Society and continuously remains passionate in activities that raises productivity and, encourages standardisation and globalisation of Singapore companies.