The credit rating agency Dun & Bradstreet has awarded CREAPLUS the AAA Gold Certificate of Business Excellence.

CREAPLUS has surpassed a number of milestones in the past year and has firmly established itself in the regional cybersecurity market with a rounded representation of advanced solutions and services. By investing in the implementation of post-quantum cryptography and secure business solutions, they have become a preferred partner for companies and public institutions that rely on trusted digital commerce. The business performance is also reflected in the financial indicators, as confirmed by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), where CREAPLUS was awarded the AAA Gold Certificate of Rating Excellence.

"The award of the Gold Certificate confirms that we are a company that respects the standards of business ethics, and at the same time we are an above-average efficient and trustworthy partner," said Mitja Trampuž, CEO of CREAPLUS.

According to D&B, companies that obtain the Gold Certificate of Credit Excellence are considered reliable, credible, and at the same time, the least risky legal entities to do business with from the perspective of clients, customers, and suppliers, as well as from the perspective of insurance companies, banks, and other business partners.

Mitja Trampuž said that such a rating of business excellence is an excellent way forward, as it foresees a safe and successful business for the company in the coming twelve months. CREAPLUS is focused on continuous improvement of its key performance indicators, which it confirms with standards of excellence in business processes and IT risk management, such as ISO 9001 and 27001, and Cyber Essentials Plus certification, as well as in the areas of finance and partner relations.

Gold Rating Excellence represents an above-average rating among companies that have achieved Rating Excellence for three consecutive years. It is based on financial statements and other dynamic company indicators and predicts a company's above-average safety and performance over the next twelve months.