Quality & Compliance


Our vision and focus begin and end with our clients.

Our world class quality and business operating system, Achieving Service Excellence (ASE) is similar in scope and significance to Six Sigma or ISO, and provides the framework and quantified metrics to improve our culture, tools and knowledge across all functions in all offices and remote locations. 

ASE is integral to ensuring superior quality products and services, while optimizing satisfaction and maximizing value to our clients.

Central to our mission, and at the core of ASE, is a thorough understanding of our clients’ expectations by which we establish metrics that are truly significant and measurable. Department by department, function by function, key performance metrics and the methods to measure them are implemented, monitored and improved using documented processes, process improvements, problem solving tools and extensive training.

That’s why across our enterprise, we view problems as opportunities to learn and improve. We solicit feedback from our clients on our performance. We continue to redefine our goals, constantly setting our standards higher and higher with every challenge, refining our processes, correcting and improving along the way.

The end result is world-class quality in all our products and processes for the long term.


Ensuring safeguards against unauthorized network access.

You can rely on Acuative to deliver secure network and IT services and to protect your data. We’ve received our Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II attestation report confirming that our internal network security controls are in accordance with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ applicable Trust Services Principles and Criteria related to security.

AICPA’s guidelines provide the authoritative benchmark for service organizations to demonstrate implementation of proper control procedures and practices.

This confirms that Acuative has the necessary organizational and operational safeguards in place against unauthorized access, both logical and physical. As part of the audit, the key criteria analyzed included policies, communications, procedures and monitoring.