Netrika-Skytouch to do security audit of hotels in 15 countries

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New Delhi (NVI): India’s top risk management and fraud investigation company Netrika Consulting India Pvt. Ltd. has entered into partnership with Skytouch Global Hotel Security Consulting of Australia to exclusively undertake security audit in of the hotels in 15 countries including India.

The audit will be carried as per Sky Touch’s ‘Global Lighthouse Certification Program’ in hotels located in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar, UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt, a press release said.

Security audit and certification of hotels is a globally accepted risk mitigation tool and is preferred for C-level executives and high profile guests. The certification also provides a security framework that meets expectations of global travellers.

Speaking on the occassion Managing Director of Netrika Mr. Sanjay Kaushik said, “Globally security is a prime concern for travellers and more so for corporate C-Suite personnel and high net worth individuals. We are proud to partner with Sky Touch to deliver world class audit service of hotels in India and other parts of the world.

“Security audit of hotels is a niche service and we are confident that we can effect a positive transformation in security standard and frameworks of hotels in our territories.” he added.

Founder of Sky Touch Global Mr. Stefan Vito Hiller said, “We are proud to enter into a strategic partnership with Netrika. Netrika is now the authorised auditing partner for the Global Lighthouse Certification Program in Central Asia, North Africa and Middle East. With offices in Delhi, Dubai and Singapore, Netrika will conduct Sky Touch Audits in over 15 countries. Together, we are confident of making hotels in this part of the world safer for travellers.”

Globally, the hotel market is valued at $147.57 billion in 2018 and is expected to generate around $ 211.54 billion by 2026. Business travellers form a significant segment of the market. Security is and will continue to be of prime concern for travellers both from a business perspective and otherwise.

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