Broniec Associates, a well-known leader in the accounts payable audit industry, has obtained the esteemed Safe Harbor Certification, proving their commitment to the privacy of clients in both the U.S and abroad.
Online PR News – 29-March-2014 – From day one, Broniec has recognized the essential nature of data security and are proud to be a part of the voluntary Safe Harbor program. By electing to participate in the program, Broniec is now legally required to comply with its numerous principles such as onward transfer rules and access restrictions. They were found to be in complete compliance with both the U.S.-European Union and U.S.-Swiss Safe Harbor Frameworks governing the protection of private data.
As a global services company, Broniec provides accounts payable auditing services to companies of varying sizes and across all industries. Policies and procedures are continuously analyzed to ensure the security of all data, whether its information received directly from clients or personal information submitted through the website. According to Chief Technology Officer, Bob Sheppard, The security and confidentiality of client data is of utmost priority. Our corporate headquarters was designed with the security of client data as a significant design parameter.
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Compliance with the Safe Harbor program means that the highest standard of protection is upheld in regards to employee data, job applicant data and client data. The U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework was developed by the Department of Commerce in coordination with the European Commission to ensure that organizations had appropriate guidance and uniform criteria where personal data safety was concerned. It was put into place to bridge any differences in the approach to data protection there might be between nations. It also provides an effective means for U.S. organizations, like Broniec, to comply with the European Commissions Directive on Data Protection that went into effect in October of 1998.
Broniec Associates applies its expertise in the field of accounts payable auditing and consulting services to make clients more efficient and profitable. They are the industry leader in developing cutting-edge technology tools to identify overpayments, and are providers one of the most comprehensive audits available. Audit teams execute a three step audit for every client, starting with a thorough analysis using their proprietary AUDITMAX software. A manual review is then performed, followed by a review of the suppliers statement of account. At every step, data security is a top priority. For more information, visit http://www.broniec.com.