ENS ENTERPRISES : A LEADING ECOMMERCE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Our commitment to ethical behaviour and the solid ethical foundations are one of the most essential components of ENS ENTERPRISES operation. We are committed to doing business the right way, based on a culture of ethics and compliance.

In the long term, we can successfully face the challenges of a competitive market environment by accepting the imperatives of moral responsibility, both as individuals and as a company. In performing the job duties, the employees should always act lawfully, ethically and in the best interests of the ENS ENTERPRISES.

Thank you for upholding our values and helping us do things right. It does not only mean that we provide well made, fairly priced and of exceptional quality products and services, but it also means that ethics and integrity is always born in mind. We source material only from suppliers who have impeccable human rights and compliance records, and we ensure that our supply chain is of high integrity and we monitor our entire operation for compliance with our Code.

Introduction

  • ENS Enterprises is a full-service development agency that comes with years of proven experience.
  • ENS Enterprises houses a certified team of professionals who are expert in strategizing, developing and executing the objectives.
  • We deal with custom website solutions consisting of but not limited to web design and development, SEO, SEM, analytics, social strategy and conversion optimization.

1. Ethical Principles Values:

  • ENS is a software solutions provider with a keen focus on customer satisfaction.
  • We partner with businesses to address all their IT requirements be it application development, integration, maintenance or quality initiatives.
  • We do not offer cookie cutter solutions but tailor our offerings to adapt to our customers’ enterprise thereby ensuring high return on investment.
  • As our slogan goes — we don’t just develop solutions, we think IT through.
  • With a great work atmosphere, powerful infrastructure, robust process adherence and best of all a qualified, dedicated skillpool, we deliver best-of-breed solutions in the most cost-effective way thereby guaranteeing best return on your investment.

2. Ethical Decision-making:

  • ENS Enterprises firmly believes in delivering customised solutions to match your needs just perfectly.
  • Discover how we surpass your expectations and enhance your online visibility for yourself! We find pride in executing ethical practices by taking well-informed decisions based on insights, data, and analytics that help us to deliver out of the box every time.

3. Compliance with laws and regulations:

  • Our commitment to integrity begins with complying with laws, rules and regulations. We understand and comply with the legal requirements and commercial practices of lawful business.
  • We are committed to adhere to every valid and binding contractual agreement that we conclude, and we do not abuse our rights.
  • Our staff must follow applicable laws and regulations, including the Code at all times and must ensure compliant operation.

4. Sustainability: People + Profit + Planey:

  • Our aim is to offer the clients best quality services on a sustained basis and produce optimum results with quality being of paramount importance.
  • We would also like to keep high end standards without compromising our future needs with which we can adapt to.

5. Human rights:

  • We supremely believe in maintaining a non biassed work environment respecting the rights and dignity of our clients.
  • We believe in pursuing the objectives of the clients keeping in mind the benefit of the client.
  • We deal fairly with customers, suppliers, competitors, and colleagues, and should not take unfair advantage of anyone through manipulation, concealment, abuse of confidential or privileged information, misrepresentation of material facts, or any other unfair-dealing practice

6. Fair labour practices and working conditions:

  • Work ethics will be observed respecting the prevalent labour laws. Thereby maintaining a friendly and a co-existential environment.

7. Health, Safety and Environment:

  • Safety measures will be put in place respecting the quality of work that the employees contribute to the organisation.

8. Fair competition and business conduct:

  • The organisation is committed to obey the prevailing business rules.
  • And not to indulge in malpractices which causes discord and disharmony among other business associates.
  • Being fair and honest in all business dealings, including our professional relationships.
  • Properly maintaining all information and records, recognizing errors and, when an error is confirmed, promptly correcting it.
  • Cooperating fully with all internal and external audits and investigations initiated.

9. Anti-corruption:

  • A company will be deemed to be successful when it engages in non corrupt methods of business.
  • Our organisation adapts a highhanded approach to this malice.

10. Gifts and Hospitality:

  • Customary methods of expressing gratitude will be followed but unnecessary means of anticipation of gifts will be curtailed.

11. Security, protection and proper use of company assets:

  • Our organisation follows a full proof method of protecting its goodwill and assets which is the foundations of the organisation.
  • Security measures will be followed by the organisation ethics which will protect the organisation in the long run.

12. Confidentiality, information security, proprietary information and intellectual property:

  • Maximum confidentiality will be maintained in keeping our business ethics so that we can compete and stay proficient among other business entities.
  • Maintaining a perfect balance amongst the staff and the client is the key for the organisation to be successful.
  • It is a violation of this Code to disclose or communicate confidential or proprietary information about clients, client prospects, vendors, directors, officers, or employees to anyone who is not authorised or legally mandated to receive such information.
  • This obligation extends to communications made by directors, officers, and employees via social media (i.e., Facebook®, LinkedIn®, Twitter®, YouTube®, Instagram®, SnapChat®, Pinterest®, etc.) on their own time or via their personal communications systems. Also, this obligation continues after the director, officer or employee in possession of the confidential or proprietary information is no longer affiliated with ENS Enterprises.
  • If you have any questions about whether information is confidential or proprietary, please contact the Corporation’s Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, Corporate Secretary, or General Counsel.
  • You must protect all client and employee personal information by following applicable privacy and data protection laws wherever we do business. Everyone is expected to ensure the privacy of personal information

13. Bookkeeping, true reporting and financial integrity:

  • Honest and frank financial methods will be respected as a part of the relationship which we maintain with the client.
  • Considering this aspect a flourishing business can be achieved.

14. Anti-Fraud:

  • Company rules and regulations shall be enforced fairly and consistently. Violations shall result in one or more disciplinary actions depending on frequency, seriousness and circumstances of the offence.
  • The employee shall be given the opportunity to present his side. If found guilty, he will be penalised with the appropriate disciplinary action in accordance with the Code of Discipline.
  • There will be a systematic mechanism in place to avoid fraudulent practices. Thereby providing a stable and sustained growth in the organisation.

15. Non-disclosure policy:

  • To keep the trust of our customers, we must maintain the confidentiality of the information they provide to us or that we develop or collect about our customers and must honour their reasonable expectations of privacy, including sharing information internally.
  • Material, nonpublic customer information should only be disclosed internally on a “need to know” basis and only with our colleague’s understanding of the need to maintain confidentiality.
  • We maintain the confidentiality of its “Proprietary Information”.
  • Proprietary Information is any information developed, compiled and/or used by our organisation and its employees in the course of business that is not available to the public, including, but not limited to, customer lists and other customer information, business procedures and processes, loan and other documentation, studies, software and other computer programming and records, including emails.
  • To keep the trust of our regulators, we must maintain the confidentiality of regulatory findings, including regulatory reports of examinations, supervisory letters and regulatory ratings
  • In most cases, disclosure of this Regulatory Information is prohibited by law. We may not divulge or disclose Regulatory Information to any person outside, unless such disclosure is permitted by law and approved by the Legal Department.
  • We may not divulge or disclose Proprietary Information to any person outside ENS Enterprises who is not authorised to receive such information.
  • To maintain the respect and trust of those with whom we do business, we must protect all “Proprietary Information” we receive, whether or not such information is related to them.
  • To maintain the confidentiality of information, we must protect data processing, software and electronic information security.
  • To protect our shareholders and comply with the requirements of our regulators, we must hold “inside information” in confidence and not misuse it.

16. Conduct of Business and Fair Dealings:

  • Keep secure and confidential trade secrets and all non‐public information acquired or learned by reason of position. Should not reveal confidential information to unauthorised persons without authority of the Board.
  • Our employees are prohibited from using their authority or position to favour a supplier or contractor in anticipation of a personal gain or benefit.

17. Expectations Relating to Business Partners:

  • We expect our business partners to adhere to ethical business conduct consistent with our own and are committed to working with our partners to meet this common goal. These expectations include ethical behaviour by our partners, a prohibition on bribery and corruption.
  • We are careful not to mislead customers, investors or other stakeholders about the financial status, products or services of the Company or its competitors.
  • We must never make statements about competitors that are untrue. We must never make promises the Company cannot keep. No director, officer, employee, representative or other associate of the Company should take unfair advantage of anyone, including customers, investors, other stakeholders, suppliers or competitors.
  • Taking unfair advantage includes: manipulation, concealment, abuse of Confidential Information, misrepresentation of material facts and any other unfair-dealing
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