Maxis360 Completes Stringent Audit Of Technology Services it Provides
FERNANDINA BEACH, FL (November, 2014) – Maxis360, a firm that supplies and manages computer and telecommunications technology infrastructure for organizations throughout the Southeastern US and the Caribbean, announced today that it has successfully attained a Service Organization and Control 1 (SOC1) report after a third party CPA firm successfully confirmed that the company met stringent controls relating to its information technology managed services. Service Organization Control (SOC) 1 reports are conducted in accordance with Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) No. 16. SSAE 16 is an auditing standard developed in 2011 by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and is a widely accepted, consistent way for organizations to disclose information about the design and operation of internal controls related to the services they provide.
This audit documents that Maxis360 is financially reliable and a safe partner for providing security, Internet hosting, data storage, and disaster recovery services among others. “Maxis360’s successful audit is verification that we have the appropriate controls in place to ensure security of our systems and confidentiality of information which gives our clients peace of mind that we exercise the most exacting standards,” says Rob Maynard, Maxis360’s Chief Financial Officer. “It also demonstrates that the company is committed to technology infrastructure best practices and continually ensures that our processes meet the highest industry standards. Our ability to successfully pass this rigorous and in-depth audit gives our customers and business partners confidence that we have the most stringent business controls and processes in place to deliver the highest quality and most secure IT services possible.”
Watkins Uiberall, one of the top audit firms in the US, conducted the in-depth, rigorous audit. A copy is available upon request.
Maxis360, a Fernandina Beach FL based company, helps businesses and other enterprises organize and secure their technological requirements by designing, installing, managing and maintaining their technology infrastructure. Working with a variety of firms ranging from newspaper publishers and airlines to health care enterprises and travel agencies, Maxis 360 incorporates their diverse communications services into a compatible structure including employing harmonious wireless and wire-line networks; complying with and implementing confusing and complex government standards; staffing help desks; round-the-clock monitoring; and insuring the security of the entire system. In addition to its Fernandina Beach, FL headquarters, the firm has offices and facilities in Orlando, Altamonte Springs, Coral Springs and Charlotte, NC.