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2014
Congratulations to SecurTest - # 1 Again on 2013 HRO Today's Baker's Dozen List

FRS is pleased and proud to congratulate Steve Millwee and his team at SecurTest, Inc. for being ranked #1 on HRO Today’s prestigious Baker’s Dozen List of Employment Screening Providers. This would be quite an accomplishment in and of itself; however, it is magnified by the fact that SecurTest achieved this same honor of being ranked #1 in 2012. In 2011, SecurTest was also on the list, that time being ranked at #3.

“Strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of any successful enterprise. Our business has seen unprecedented growth largely due to our innovative patented iReviewNow system that mitigates FCRA and EEOC risks, while delivering accurate reports. FRS continues to play a vital role in our business model. Early in my FBI career I learned to never take a BB gun to a gunfight. The right combination of great employees, customers who want quality reports and customer service, and leveraging business relationships, such as with FRS, continue to make a difference”, said Steven C. Millwee, the CEO and founder of SecurTest – The iReviewNow Company.

“We at FRS have had the distinguished privilege of being an integral part of SecurTest’s successes in exceeding their clients’ expectations for the last five years. Forward thinking and innovative organizations like SecurTest continue to set the pace in the background screening industry. We are extremely honored that we have been selected as a long-term technology partner in the continued growth of HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen first place winner for 2013,” said Sam McLamb, Vice-President-Business Operations.

In addition to SecurTest, three other distinguished companies who also utilize FRS in their screening operations can be found on the 2013 Baker’s Dozen List. FRS Clients have placed in HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen List for the last five years. Consistently, year after year, FRS clients continue to win more industry awards and achieve greater profitability than their peers.

HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen rankings are based exclusively on feedback from buyers of the services they rate; the ratings are not based on the opinions of the HRO Today staff members. In order to determine an overall ranking, they analyze results from customer satisfaction surveys across three subcategories: Breadth of Service, Size of Deals, and Quality of Service. Using a preset algorithm that weighs questions and categories based on importance, they calculate scores in all three subcategories as well as an overall score. The rankings are based on those scores; for this most recent survey, they received feedback from more than 600 verified customers.