We take pride in the quality of our work and how we approach every challenge, big or small, with the same diligence, concentration, and passion for making things better.

We knew that to prove we could deliver the highest standard of work, and then we would need to be assessed by one of the most rigorous and well-regarded standards in the world of ISO.

As anyone who has managed an ISO project will tell you, it is no small undertaking – especially for a new business. But we were confident in how we had built the company – with quality as our foundation and everything we had learned from previous ISO projects.

We are over the moon that all our hard work has paid off, and after applying for the highest standard, we are now both ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001:2013 certified.

It’s been a massive achievement for our team. Gaining these certifications reinforces TTG’s relentless focus on creating industry-leading products and services, measured against global benchmarks of industry excellence while reassuring our customers that they are in good hands too.

We are committed to maintaining the standards in the years to come, but I wonder how much do these standards influence your decisions when looking for a new technology partner or MSP? Do you require your partners to prove that their products, services, and security measures are the best in class?

I’d love to hear your thoughts on ISO and how else companies prove their commitment to quality?

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