(PRWEB) September 16, 2013
Every day, Ezwim processes large amounts of confidential call data from its (big) business clients. This data is employed broadly by Ezwim – to save on telecom expenses but also to monitor business processes and, where necessary, correct them. Since the unwanted dissemination of telecom data can incur risks for your business operations, it's important that processing and storage are handled securely.
Bram Cool, managing director of Ezwim, says: “Our SaaS platform has grown enormously since its inception in 2001. This growth arises from a successful direct channel and through cooperation with powerful and dedicated telecom partners. Renowned and internationally operating clients expect positive guarantees from their suppliers in regard to data security, preferably in the form of a recognized label.”
Dutch telecom partner and reseller of Ezwim 'Reitsma Telecom' endorses the importance in this next step in data protection. Ron Smit, CEO of Reitsma Telecom: “A telecom supplier’s added value is not only measured in achieving cost savings, but also in customer service and quality guarantees. An ISO 27001 certificate stands for safety as well as for process control, exactly the values we offer to our clients and, hence, expect to receive from our suppliers.”
Ezwim's international client 'eBay' had the following to report on the ISO27001 certificate of Ezwim: “We are glad that companies such as Ezwim say yes to the importance of an ISO certificate and work in a pro-active manner when it comes to subjects such as our data security. With an ISO certificate Ezwim clearly states they recognize and act according to the interests of their clients. The contribution telecom companies make to a company is not just about costs but also about efficiency, quality and information security.”
Hein Remmen, director of product development at Ezwim, comments: “Ever since Ezwim came into being 12 years ago, data security has been a top priority for us. This certification improves and confirms our existing measures. Now we're going to take the next steps in our growth process. I expect that we'll have good conversations with our larger partners, for whom security is just as important as it is for us.”