16 March, 2015
Supplier Governance pioneer SirionLabs achieves ISO 27001:2013 and U.S.-EU Safe Harbor certifications
Troy, MI, USA, 16 March 2015: SirionLabs, the premier SaaS provider of post-signature supplier management technology for buyers of complex services, today announced that the company has successfully completed the certification process for two distinguished security standards – ISO 27001:2013 and United States-European Union Safe Harbor. Attaining these certifications demonstrates SirionLabs’ commitment to implementing globally recognized security standards and procedures and ensuring the highest level of protection for customer data.
ISO 27001:2013 is the latest edition of the ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) standard and SirionLabs is amongst the first few cloud based providers to have secured this stringent and widely recognized security certification. SirionLabs has been ISO 27001:2005 compliant from last year.
The U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework provides guidance for U.S. organizations on ensuring adequate protection for personal data from the EU as required by the European Union’s Directive on Data Protection. With this certification SirionLabs is well-equipped to meet the stringent security and privacy requirements of the EU Data Protection Regulation.
“Building a secure operating environment to ensure information security and privacy of customer data is core to our business strategy. Our security certifications represent a significant step forward in this direction and strengthen our ability to meet the expectations of our global fortune client-base”, said SirionLabs’ founder and CEO Ajay Agrawal.
SirionLabs, founded by UnitedLex founder Ajay Agrawal and sourcing veteran Claude Marais in 2012, is the leading provider of enterprise SaaS products focused on the post-signature management of strategic sourcing engagements. SirionLabs’ SaaS suite, Sirion, significantly reduces the cost of supplier governance function by automating complex procedures across key governance disciplines – contract, performance, financial, relationship and risk management. Its embedded workflows facilitate intricate real-world buyer-supplier interactions within the system by using contractual obligations as the core language. The high level of process automation cultivates trust, transparency and authenticity in sourcing transactions leading to strengthened buyer-supplier relationships, reduced value leakage, enhanced compliance and deeper insight into performance levels.
Senior Vice President, Sales (NA)
Copyright © 2015 SirionLabs.