Gordian has announced that its Kykloud mobile surveying software and inspections application has attained two globally-recognised International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) accreditations issued by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).
The company says the application can save surveyors ‘up to 60%’ of the time typically spent collecting data and reporting on facility and asset conditions. Gordian said Kycloud’s securing of ISO 9001 status – ‘the world’s most recognised quality management system standard’ – acknowledged the business’s ‘consistent monitoring, management, and improvement, of the software capabilities and the multiple benefits it delivers’.
Kykloud also achieved ISO 27001 accreditation – the international security management standard – ‘acknowledging Gordian’s secure management of customer and employee details, intellectual property, financial information, and third-party data’.
Gordian describes Kykloud as a building surveying and inspections solution that ‘streamlines data collection, enabling users to create customisable survey templates, and to gain a greater understanding of building conditions for reporting, budgeting, and planning’.