Startup Obtains Industry-Leading Certification, Continues Focus On The Future Of Engineering Excellence
Last week, Propelo Inc, the world’s leading engineering excellence platform, dropped some pretty exciting news within the DevOps community. Known for its no-code workflow automation, the company recently attained its SOC-2 Type II certification, proving that it truly values data privacy and security.
The credential was awarded to Propelo under the Trust Service Principles (TSP) and Criteria framework developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
After undergoing an extensive certification process, the company remains committed to protecting its enterprise-level clientele, and their most crucial data, while excited to move forward as “the future of engineering excellence.”
Propelo is “quickly becoming a vital management tool” in the eyes of its users.
“We’re pleased to now have this certification, as it increases confidence in a platform that all of our customers have already learned they can trust,” states the Founder and CEO of Propelo, Nishant Doshi. “We went through a strong audit process on behalf of our customers,” he continues, “to assure them that we’re committed to the continued security of their data and ongoing success of their businesses.”
Propelo uses a secure, multi-tenant architecture to host its software-as-a-solution (SaaS) platform, further reinforcing the idea that safety, security, confidentiality and availability are paramount when it comes to visualizing a data-intelligent enterprise network.
Armanino is an independent auditor and one of the nation’s top 25 most prominent firms in accounting, consulting and technology. After meticulous auditing procedures, the company verified that Propelo indeed met these Trust Services Principles (TSP) and that it should be awarded with industry-leading certification from the AICPA.
Propelo was evaluated on its:
- Structural and operational integrity of service-level controls
- Operational ability and effectiveness
- Data integrity and accuracy
- Protocols and security measures