The Security Benchmark offers two reports to Security Services Companies;
- The Security Benchmark Report
- The Security Benchmark (ACS) Report (up to April 2019)
- The Security Benchmark (ACS) Report (from April 2019)
The reports can be used as a tool to demonstrate to any prospective buyer that a company excels in one or numerous areas against the industry average. By highlighting areas of strong performance could give a company a significant advantage during tender processes.
The reports will highlight areas of weakness and risk in business performance which could generate internal improvement projects and/or cost savings. ISO9001:2015 requires businesses to assess risk and opportunities within its business. If you are ISO9001 registered, the benchmarking reports will help you to identify and understand risk and opportunity and achieve compliance to the new standard.
Elements of the reports could be used for internal and external communication practices such as; Internal bulletins, Training opportunities, Board reports, Business planning & development, Advertising and Promotion.
Some of the scoring indicators within the ACS standard relate to the benchmarking of performance against similar organisations inside and/or outside of the security industry. An additional (12 points) may be awarded if the benchmarking information compares favourably and is used to generate improvement and learning.