New Year brings double success for Enable

New Year brings double success for Enable

Build It BetterJanuary 3, 2014

Introduction

Chill-out space at Enable’s offices

Enable, a software company based in Stratford-upon-Avon, have double the reason to celebrate as we have been recommended for certification to the ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard and the Information Security Standard ISO 27001.

Sue Cook of First Quality Solutions has supported us through the process of achieving both standards and we are delighted with this success.

Managing Director, Andrew Butt says “We build custom software to meet the specific needs of our customers businesses which enterprise systems and off-the-shelf software can’t. Therefore high standards of quality and information security are important for us and our clients. We are delighted to have achieved these standards and would like to thank Sue and First Quality Solutions for their hard work.”

Consultant, Sue Cook said “We enjoyed working with Enable and have been very impressed by their standard of commitment to achieving the Standards. No non-conformances were raised during the audit which is a real achievement. In fact, the auditor commented that this was the first time in 85 audits.”

About Enable

Over the last 10 years Enable have developed a unique methodology for custom software development, reducing the time it takes to achieve project objectives.

Frequently their bespoke software replaces chaotic Excel spreadsheets, Access databases, and legacy systems.

They have permanent in-house analysis, software development, hosting and support teams and in the last 3 years have delivered every project on time or early.

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