SAI’s post-binge indigestion

The core standards and certification businesses are going well but rapid, acquisitive growth in SAI's compliance division has led to internal rumblings.

SAI Global was dealt a good hand. When it was floated off from Standards Australia in 2003, it took with it exclusive rights to distribute Australian Standards, and rights to distribute ISO and IEC international standards.

This was lucrative enough, but it also gave SAI a way in to its customers to sell related services, such as training and certification, at a time when rules and red tape have been rapidly growing.

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