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Expertus renews CSAE 3416 and SSAE 16 type II certifications

12 June 2014  |  1227 views  |  0 Source: Expertus

Expertus, the Canadian leading provider of cloud based payment services today announced the completion of the renewal of CSAE 3416 and SSAE 16 type II certifications.

Expertus, the global payment solution provider, today announced it has successfully completed the renewal of the CSAE 3416 and SSAE 16 certifications for the twelve months period. The renewal of these internationally recognised audits ensures that Expertus' controls related to financial, information and security adhere to accreditation requirements and industry best practices.

Expertus understands the ever-increasing compliance burdens facing customers operating online. These accreditations reflect controls that are in place during the aforementioned period of time, and help to shift some of their financial reporting burden from customers to Expertus, allowing customers to use the certification report to satisfy their own auditors.

"Through the Expertus Cloud payment hub, banks are able to offer new ways of providing payments and cash management solutions to their corporate clients, while complying with strict audit, controls and security standards which are extremely important in the banking industry" says Jacques Leblanc president of Expertus. 

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