NEXOR CONFIRMED AS A “WORLD CLASS CAPABILITY.”
Yet again, Nexor proves its adherence to excellence. We are delighted to have been successfully recognised as attaining the Investors in People Gold Standard, this is particular pleasing as the Gold Standard states:
“Investors in People Gold represents achievement of world class best practice. It shows a truly cutting-edge organisation is operating at the very highest levels of people management practices using Investors in People to drive the business forward.”
Chief executive Steve Kingan comments:
“Effective capability is a function of both process and people. Our original Investors in People accreditation in 1998 stood us in good stead, providing a solid foundation for our ongoing process maturity programme. Nexor has held ISO9000 and ISO27001 certifications since 1999 and 2004 respectively.
“As the first enterprise in the world to transition to TickITplus; Nexor literally leads the UK market in software engineering best practice. Achieving Investors in People Gold is a similar achievement and reflects a mutual commitment by Nexor and its staff to provide our customers with the very best capability that the Cyber-Security industry has to offer.”
Nexor will continue to invest in all aspects of its capability; that is, technology, process and people; to ensure that our trusted solutions continue to evolve to address the developing cyber-threat vectors.
Updated for another 3 years in August 2016.
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