Wikipedia has particular standards for which organizations should have their own article: see here. Depth of coverage to me looks like the main issue, remembering that the coverage should be independent of the organization.
To provide evidence that TermiOrgs might meet those standards:
Can you find some further information about TerminOrgs outside of terminorgs.net?
Add info on ISO membership with a link from the ISO site.
Correct the dead links in the references.
I would also avoid mentioning Localization Industry Standards Association in the first sentence (this makes it look like a subgroup though the situation is now more complicated). Rather something like "TerminOrgs is an XXX that does YYY."
If you make updates, please feel free to let me know so I can take a further look. And if you have any suggestions about how to make the specific article feedback more prominent (so that it's easier to understand why the article wasn't published), please do let me know! Hope that helps! Jodi.a.schneider (talk) 13:22, 31 January 2015 (UTC)
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