Making a difference in the community
As a world leader in Tokenless Authentication, SecurEnvoy has a responsibility to act as a good corporate citizen all around the world. At SecurEnvoy we recognise and perform the obligations we have towards our people, investors, customers, suppliers, competitors and the community as a whole. We believe our reputation, together with the trust and confidence of those with whom we deal, to be one of our most valuable assets. In order to keep this reputation and trust, we demand and maintain the highest ethical standards in carrying out our business activities.
SecurEnvoy aim to support local communities and charities wherever possible. SecurEnvoy help charities such as The Princes Trust, Save The Children and GreenPeace procure cost effective two factor authentication to their respective workforces.
2010 - SecurEnvoy supported The ELIFAR Foundation by sponsoring adventurer James Ketchell's solo cross-Atlantic rowing expedition.
2011/2012 - Supported Basingstoke Unicorns - www.basingstokeunicorn.co.uk
2012 - SecurEnvoy supported Saxon Wood. Saxon Wood School is a Special School for children with extreme Physical Disabilities and Complex Medical Needs
2012/13 - SecurEnvoy once again supported The ELIFAR Foundation by sponsoring adventurer James Ketchell's unique triathlon. The triathlon takes place of 2013 and takes in the cross-Atlantic row, summiting Mt Everest followed up by an 18,000 mile round world cycle ride all in under 365 days!
Follow his progress here during 2013 - whilst we raise monies for great causes..
All SecurEnvoy products are designed with environmental impact in mind. Thousands of organisations around the globe have been able to lower their carbon footprint by deploying our Tokenless® authentication solutions in place of their legacy plastic token equivalent. For full details of how much we save the environment see: www.securenvoy.com/co2.aspx.