Miratech has successfully earned certification for ISO 22301, the international standard for business continuity management. The certification covers all Miratech services and all international locations. The compliance audit and certification process was performed by Bureau Veritas.
ISO 22301 specifies the requirements to plan, establish, implement, operate, monitor, review, maintain and continually improve a documented management system to protect against, reduce the likelihood of occurrence, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disruptive incidents when they arise.
Business Continuity is an important corporate strength, and represents a company commitment to identify and manage current and future business interruption threats. In this way Miratech can reduce the impact of incidents, maintain essential services, minimize down time, and improve recovery time. This additional enhancement to our business operations represents a proactive process to ensure service delivery to our clients on a global basis.
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Stewart Christ, Miratech, Senior Vice-President, North America
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Miratech is an IT services and outsourcing company that provides managed IT services to large and midsize multinational organizations. Founded in 1989, Miratech has its headquarter in New York, USA; with R&D centers in Poland, Philippines, Slovakia, Spain, and Ukraine. Miratech serves its customers internationally, covering 560 locations. Miratech has been ranked highly in major industrial ratings, including the Global Services 100; the Software 500; the NOA’s Outsourcing Professional Award; the EOA’s Award and The Global Outsourcing 100 and Best Five Companies in Eastern Europe, by IAOP. Miratech is ISO 9001, CMM Level 3, ISO 27001 and ISO 22301 certified.
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About ISO 22301
Released in 2012, ISO 22301 is a new visionary international standard designed to keep businesses operational during the most challenging and unexpected circumstances, such as natural disasters, IT failures, supply chain disruptions, government interventions, or other threats. It provides a basis for understanding, developing, implementing and managing business continuity within organizations, and gives business managers confidence when dealing with stakeholders both within and outside their organizations.