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Acronyms celebrate two ISO certifications as they continue their support of professional services in Exeter

By May 19, 2023June 8th, 2023Member News & Updates

IT support company Acronyms, a Strategic Member of Exeter Chamber, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Looking back on two decades of growth, they are also proud to announce that they have recently attained two ISO certifications that are expected to propel them into another successful decade.

In addition to their longstanding commitment to providing IT support in Exeter and Devon, Acronyms recognises the significant benefits that these ISO certifications, namely ISO 9001 Quality Management and ISO 27001 Information Security Management, will bring to their professional service clients in the city. With a heavy reliance on secure and efficient IT systems, these certifications illustrate a commitment to the highest international standards.

Bradlei Davison, Business Development Specialist for Legal and Financial Sectors at Acronyms, has increasingly seen his clients demand higher standards and greater levels of compliance.

“Businesses are aware of just how dangerous the threat of cybercrime has become, and they’re ensuring that their suppliers meet the very best standards in order to stay secure. These certifications illustrate our commitment to providing them with the very best service.”

As well as finding that legal and financial clients in particular expect ISO certifications as an indication of expertise, it is thought that these certifications will enhance Acronyms’ ability to attract contracts from businesses outside of the region.

David Parker, Technical Director at Acronyms, believes that national contracts can provide further benefits to the region by encouraging companies to bring their business to the South West. With increased opportunities facilitated by the ISO certifications, Acronyms plans to expand its services and create more job opportunities for IT engineers.

Dave Smith, Managing Director, believes these recent ISO certifications are evidence of the thriving technology sector in the South West which he believes is starting to get national recognition.

“There are thriving tech hubs in Cornwall, Devon and Bristol. What’s really exciting though, is that these tech hubs are starting to talk and work with one another, sharing best practices and highlighting the South West as one of the best areas of the country to find digital expertise. Businesses from further afield are starting to take notice and that should be really encouraging for the region as a whole.”