Awards and Accreditations
ISO 9001 is an internationally recognised certification in quality management. Pulsion has been ISO 9001 certified since 2006 and follows best practice quality management processes to consistently offer high-quality products and services to our clients.
ISO 27001 is an internationally recognised standard for best practice in information security management systems. As a certified organisation, Pulsion follows this worldwide standard in working with people, processes and IT systems.
Cyber Essentials Plus
Cyber Essentials Plus is a UK government-backed cyber security certification scheme. As a certified organisation, we help our clients minimise the threat of cyber attacks by adhering to the government’s baseline of cyber security.
Pulsion is a Microsoft Gold Partner – the highest accreditation that Microsoft offers. We are recognised for our expertise in working with Microsoft Technology for application development services and have held our MS partner status for over a decade.
Crown Commercial Service Supplier
Pulsion is a trusted supplier to the UK Government and has been a member of the G-Cloud framework since its 4th iteration. We currently provide services for G-Cloud 8, covering digital, software application and web services, mobile applications and consultancy services.
Digital Outcomes and Specialists
Pulsion is also an approved supplier for the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework, which was launched in April 2016. The framework is divided into 4 lots, where we provide expert services for both the Digital Outcomes and Digital Specialists categories.
Resource Efficiency Pledge
The Resource Efficiency Pledge is a Scottish Government-backed scheme. It promotes the responsible use of energy, water and raw materials within business. As a signatory of the Resource Efficiency Pledge, Pulsion is committed to raising awareness of sustainability and increasing our year-on-year sustainable growth.
The Scottish Business Pledge
The Scottish Business Pledge is a voluntary commitment to promote and embrace the principles of fairness, equality, opportunity and innovation. As a signatory, Pulsion is committed to achieve its nine components, including: not using exploitative zero hours’ contracts, investing in youth, and making progress on diversity and gender balance.
Digital Participation Charter
Pulsion signed the Digital Participation Charter to give back to our local community and support charitable organisations. We have since partnered with local charities, such as Disability Information Scotland, to offer voluntary consultancy on digital projects, and are wholly committed to increasing digital participation throughout Scotland.