Professional Code of Ethics

Our Company Culture is Based on These Principles:

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Clear, Honest and Transparent Communication with You and among our Team.

Ownership of an Issue to Resolution.

Setting of Expectation and Priorities with our Clients, Suppliers and Team members.

Our Team knows when to Escalate and Issue to obtain proper resolution.

Follow-up to ensure Your satisfaction.

What you can expect when working with us:

  • Honesty - not knowingly misrepresenting facts.

  • Integrity - using only properly licensed software on everyone's systems.

  • No Conflicts of Interest - potential conflicts will be discussed prior to accepting the contract or as soon as possible after the conflict is discovered.

  • Unbiased Options - Only representing opinions as independent if they are free from subordinated judgment and there is no undisclosed interest in the outcome of the decision.

  • Performance - Projects will be completed in a professional manner both in terms of skills and time.

  • Communication - Keeping you informed of any matters relating to the contract, even if the information is unfavorable.

  • Confidentially - Safeguarding any confidential information or documents entrusted to us and not divulging any confidential information without the consent of the client.

  • Trust - Not taking advantage of proprietary information entrusted to us.

  • Lawful - Not engaging in contracts that are in violation of the law, and or that might reasonably be used by the client to violate the law and striving to avoid improprieties, as well as the appearance of improprieties.

  • Clarity - Using a letter of intent or written contract for all substantial engagements and that that issues of ownership and the use of the work product are clear before starting the contract.

  • Empowerment - If appropriate will educate in the use of systems, or assist with obtaining the necessary support.

  • Up-to-Date Skills - Devoting a significant time to continuing education, so you benefit from the latest advances.

  • Non-competes - Using non‑compete clause when working with subcontractors and not compelling independent computer consultants to work as employees when they prefer to work as independent contractors.


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