Obi Wan Kenobi pulled back his hood.
“Hello, there,” he said, looking straight at the head Jawa standing in front of him.
The Jawas said they’d had enough of travelling around Tatooine looking for scrap technology and second-hand robots to sell on.
They wanted a more profitable business, tendering for droid reclamation services for Landau Calrissian.
The trouble was, Calrissian wanted to make sure there were no legal problems with anyone he dealt with.
All his subcontractors needed to prove they met the intergalactic standards for quality, the environment, health and safety, and information security.
“Yes,”, Kenobi said, “I’ve heard he even wants all his caterers to ensure they have the standard for food safety. I see your problem…”
Kenobi searched the Force and closed his eyes.
“You will have to get accreditation for ISOs 9001, 14001, 45001, and 27001, these are the standards you are looking for. But you Jawas have the capability all you need to do is ensure you follow the accreditation programme.
“The investment will really pay off when you start getting those big contracts, won’t it? Without the standards, you’re facing an uphill struggle.
“And, of course, getting accreditation is much simpler when you use integrated compliance management software like Mango.”
The Jawas talked among themselves, then asked: “Do you know of anyone who can help us as a consultant?”
Kenobi smiled and replied: “Yes, I just might. My cousin Jodie Wan Kenobi specialises in this sort of thing. I’ll send her a message.
“Now, I hear you have some new droids I might find interesting…”