Newage Software & Solutions, which is a renowned freight forwarding solution provider, has received the ISO/ IEC 27001:2013 from the British Standards Institution (BSI). The coveted BSI Quality certification has been awarded for its end-to-end cloud-based freight forwarding ERP SaaS supported by Information Technology, Human Resources, Procurement, Administration, Finance & Legal.

The ISO/ IEC 27001:2013 indicates an organization-wide commitment to security. Newage achieved ISO/ IEC 27001:2013 certification after successfully passing an external audit. ISO27001 is an international standard in Information Security, providing assurance that the organization has processes, and tools around information security to protect data. ISO27001 is a vital criterion followed by global companies when choosing software providers. It is globally accepted and demonstrates adequate security, reducing the need for repeat customer audits.

The global standard for information security is ISO/IEC 27001:2013. Published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), this standard sets more than 100 requirements for the creation of a comprehensive information security management system, or ISMS. These requirements are related to the physical security of facilities, software product security (from development to delivery environments and processes), financial information, intellectual property, HR processes and personnel, and management's commitment to security work.

“Our customers are relying on our freight forwarding platform and it is our responsibility to keep their information secure. Our ISO 27001 accreditation will align and deliver the best practices in security controls to our customers”, said Ashish Mishra, CEO.

At Newage, we believe in a customer-first approach. Our mission is to bring people, processes, data, and technology together in a unique way to help organizations run their freight forwarding business seamlessly and by following all the security protocols.