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5 Accreditations Lynx Retains & What They Mean For You

by | Feb 24, 2020 | Article

Below is a list of accreditations that Lynx Networks currently retain and what they mean for our customers.



ISO 9001:2015 is an internationally recognized Quality Management System (QMS) standard. It is a powerful business improvement tool and it sets the bar high for compliance.

For us, achieving our ISO 9001 accreditation is far more than a badge. The framework allows us to ensure that our internal processes achieve the best results for our customers.



Our SafeContractor Approved status demonstrates our commitment to health & safety. It proves that we have covered all the regulatory requirements to meet industry standards. This gives you peace of mind that a Lynx engineer visiting your site has received all necessary training, is fully equipped and will complete their work in safe manner.



Cyber Essentials is a UK government led initiative that verifies organisations are taking all the essential precautions to safeguard their systems and data. This means that you can be sure we take cyber security seriously and that any data we hold about your or your organisation is protected.



Being a Fibre Optic Industry Association (FIA) Approved Installer shows we are proven fibre optic experts. Being members of the FIA connects us with other industry experts, meaning we are always in the know with regards to the latest technologies and standards. For you, the customer, this means you can be sure that any advice you get from Lynx is well informed.



We retain several accreditations from world-class vendors including Cisco, Microsoft, HP, Ruckus and more. These accreditations are proof of our direct communication with these vendors, ensuring we are amongst the first to know about new technologies. They also give us access to the best possible pricing for our customers.

Cyber Essentials Accreditation

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