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SWG awarded ISO 9001, 27001 and Microsoft Gold Partnership

International FM software provider Service Works Global (SWG) has once again been awarded ISO accreditation for its information security and quality management, proving the company’s continued strength and reliability in its software, services and operations.

ISO standards provide world-class specifications for products, services and systems to ensure quality, safety and efficiency. SWG has achieved ISO 9001 accreditation for quality management, as well as ISO 27001 for information security management. Both certifications demonstrate the company’s commitment to continuous improvement across its people, processes and IT systems, allowing it to consistently meet its clients’ high expectations.

SWG also celebrates the renewal of its Microsoft Gold Certified Partner accreditation, recognising its ability to deliver best-in-class solutions and its expertise with Microsoft enterprise technologies.

CEO Gary Watkins comments: “We are very pleased to again have our company recognised as a world-class organisation. Our teams across the business work hard to earn these accreditations which provide validation for our clients that we are operating at the highest levels of quality and information security.”

About Service Works Global:
Service Works Global (SWG) is a leading international provider of facilities, property and workplace management software with offices in the UK, Sweden, Canada, Australia, Middle East and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Addnode Group, listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

SWG’s QFM integrated workspace management software is the facility management system of choice for many FM service providers, private and public sector organisations. SWG’s P3rform service adds PPP operations and maintenance capability to the QFM platform helping to ensure that PPP services are delivered on time and within budget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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