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WhistleB opens Helsinki hub


Whistleblowing services company WhistleB today announced the opening of its new Helsinki office, reinforcing its service hub in Scandinavia and with a particular focus on to excel in customer experiences.

Vera Nilsson and Anna Stenbäck WhistleB Helsinki
Vera Nilsson and Anna Stenbäck WhistleB Helsinki

The company has seen rapid growth during recent years, in particular in its Scandinavian home markets. It now has customers in more than 150 countries and its WhistleB whistleblowing service was recently made available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace worldwide.

“We have always been driven by providing the highest possible levels of customer satisfaction, and our new colleagues in our new office will help us retain this through our expansive growth,” says Gunilla Hadders, one of WhistleB’s co-founders.

WhistleB’s whistleblowing service helps customers allow their employees and other stakeholders to sound the alarm about unethical business behaviour, such as corruption, discrimination, harassment or environmental hazards. Its front-end is simple, but it has a robust Communication tool and Case management that enables anonymous reporting, dialogue with an anonymous whistleblower, and structured and confidential follow up.

“Simplicity for customers is at the heart of our system. It should be simple for customers to implement it, and simple for their users to learn how to use it. That’s why we put the hard work into matters like compliance, data security and usability, so our customers don’t have to. Our new customer relations team in Helsinki will focus on making sure we continue to build effective processes and structures in line with our customer needs,” Gunilla Hadders explained.

The service is compliant with national relevant data protection regulations, including the EU General Data Protection Data Regulation (GDPR).




Vera Nilsson and Anna Stenbäck WhistleB Helsinki
Vera Nilsson and Anna Stenbäck WhistleB Helsinki


About WhistleB, Whistleblowing centre

WhistleB, Whistleblowing centre
WhistleB, Whistleblowing centre
Klarabergsviadukten 70
10724 Stockholm

+46 70 214 88 73http://www.whistleb.com

WhistleB is a cutting edge whistleblowing service, a third party solution for organisational whistleblowing. With over 20 years of experience in ethics and compliance, our support team and customisable plans now serve users across the globe. Adapting to the most current legal compliances, we contribute to foster transparent, fair and safe workplaces.

The WhistleB whistleblowing service enables a whistleblower to report on a suspected misconduct in a secure and anonymous manner. The Case management tool and the WhistleB expert advice facilitates correct and efficient case management in the countries where you operate.

The WhistleB service is available to its users from anywhere, at any time. We are committed to market leading security and data privacy. It is our top priority to protect and safeguard the anonymity of a whistleblowers, and to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, availability and privacy of all customer data.

The legal basis for the WhistleB service is compliant with present data protection laws and the EU General Data Protection Regulation. WhistleB complies with ISO 27001, information security.

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