Proudly presenting ISO certificates 27001 and 9001

Proudly presenting ISO certificates 27001 and 9001

Last week we officially received the certificates for ISO 27001 (Information Security) and ISO 9001 (Quality Management). Last April, we proved to the auditors that both the processes for quality management as information security are solid, safe and well organized. Especially in regard to the upcoming stricter privacy regulations (GDPR) are these ISO certificates very welcome. The audit for these certificates will be repeated every year.

Still on track with your New Year Resolutions?

Still on track with your New Year Resolutions?

You’ve probably also contemplated over the holidays how to re-energize your business and how to improve results this year. What’s your plan to ensure that these resolutions won’t strand in good intentions? To see if you’re on the right track, I invite you to contact SalesQ. We can advise you on how to get the best results. And we can show you whether there are other strategies that you haven’t considered yet. This is one resolution that you can easily fulfill! (Our phone number is +31 23 711 3200)

‘ISO yeah or ISO nay’ – part two

‘ISO yeah or ISO nay’ – part two

A couple of months ago, I wrote a piece about the ISO 27001 certification that I felt we were being forced to undergo. The main part of my comment was that I thought it was a pointless exercise, mainly put in place to pacify clients and to support the companies in the ISO-certification sector. I also promised to describe my experiences in the whole process towards certification. I keep my promises.

Custom databases

Custom databases

We often get asked to clean up and enrich the clients own database. These ‘home grown’ databases are often of high quality, since it contains only data that is relevant to their business. Creating these databases is time consuming. And keeping them up-to-date requires continuous attention.