This statement is made on behalf of UserZoom Technologies Inc and its subsidiaries pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
UserZoom is a leading software-as-a-service provider in the UX sector with our head office in California, USA. UserZoom has over 250 employees and provides services globally.
UserZoom was founded in Barcelona in 2007 and works with customers by automating UX research for scale and speed, and delivering the UX insights businesses need to improve their digital user experiences. Our combination of software, services and participant sourcing solutions allows businesses to test, benchmark and measure the UX of any digital product at any development stage and on any device, and get the complete story behind their user experience.
UserZoom has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery, either within our own business or our supply chain, and is committed to upholding human rights and acting ethically and with integrity in all of our business dealings and relationships. We expect all of our suppliers to comply with modern slavery legislation.
As a software-as-a-service company UserZoom’s supply chain is minimal however, we expect that any supplier we engage shares the views set out in this statement, and has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery.
Given the nature of our business and the geographical location of both our customers and suppliers, we believe that UserZoom is unlikely to be at risk of slavery or trafficking. Nonetheless we operate as a people first company and expect to see the same from those within our supply chain.
UserZoom has a number of procedures in place to prevent modern slavery from occurring in our business or supply chains:
UserZoom constantly reviews and updates policies to effectively demonstrate our commitment to standing against modern slavery and human trafficking. Our procedures and policies will be continually reviewed throughout the year to ensure we are operating in compliance with the Act and our corporate responsibilities.
The Statement was approved by the Board of UserZoom Technologies Inc on 13th May 2021 and constitutes UserZoom’s modern slavery statement for the financial year ending 31st December 2020.