Customer focused.

f society’s philosophy focuses on lifetime customer relationships.

This means f society never recommends anything to a customer that does not deliver real business value and a return on their investment. Beyond this core philosophy, f society’s strategic goal is to be a valuable partner and assist its customers to help them redesign their business processes and succeed in this new Digital Era.

Mission & Vision

The how, the what, the who, and the why

“f society’s vision is for its customers to fully understand and take advantage of the elegance of this new era and help to realize the ideas in an IT, digital marketized and secure world.”

“f society’s mission is to provide superior quality services that: CUSTOMERS recommend to their partners and affiliates, STAKEHOLDERS prefer for their companies, CONSULTANTS select for their clients, EMPLOYEES are proud of, and INVESTORS seek for long-term returns.”

Our Principles: Think globally, Act globally, Be locally

Global quality-driven services & solutions

The slogan: “Think Globally, Act Locally” refers to the strategy which we implement. It comes in line with which global viewpoint gets an adaptation. In terms of formulating company vision, long-term aims, and objectives and devising an effective strategy in order to achieve these aims and objectives.

f society is a Greek Company. We serve the local market, but also think globally. This simple but robust concept drives f society to meet our aims.  As a result, our company already has existing customers in U.S.A., Germany, Malta, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Canada, and Cyprus.

Our Principles in Environmental Responsibility

Progress is impossible without change, and those who do not change their mindset cannot achieve anything.

f society ensures that any waste produced, as a result of business operations, is stored safely and securely, treated appropriately, and collected for disposal or recycling.

f society’s 7 green rules:

  1. Recycles.
  2. Cares about our RF emissions.
  3. Uses eco-friendly electronic devices and equipment.
  4. Reduces its CO2 emissions.
  5. Uses eco-cloud services.
  6. Records its daily power consumption.
  7. Publishes its monthly waste and consumption.

You can find out more by reading our Environmental Management Policy.


Corporate discipline is a commitment by f society’s senior management to adhere to universally recognized and accepted correct and proper behavior. This discipline encompasses f society’s awareness of and commitment to the underlying principles of good governance, particularly at the senior management level.

“All involved parties will commit to adhere to procedures, processes, and authority structures established by the organization.”


Transparency is the ease with which f society can make a meaningful analysis of a company’s actions, its economic fundamentals, and the non-financial aspects pertinent to that business. This transparency is a measure of how good management is at making necessary information available in a candid, accurate and timely manner – not only the audit data but also general reports and press releases. It reflects whether or not all interest parties obtain an accurate picture of what is happening inside the company.

“All actions implemented and their decision support will be available for inspection by an authorized organization and provider parties.”


Independence is the extent to which mechanisms have been put in place to minimize or avoid potential conflicts of interest, such as dominance by a strong chief executive or large share owner. Instruments range from composition board to appointments to committees of the board and external parties such as the auditors. The decisions and internal processes established should be objective and not allow undue influences.

“All processes, decision-making, and mechanisms used will be established to minimize or avoid potential conflicts of interest.”

Our Principles in Accountability

Individuals or groups in f society, who make decisions and take actions on specific issues, need to be accountable for their choices and actions. Mechanisms must exist and be adequate to allow for accountability. These provide investors with the means to query and assess the activities of the board and its committees.

“Identifiable groups within the organization – e.g., governance boards who take actions or make decisions – are authorized and accountable for their actions.”

Our Principles in Responsibility

Regarding management, responsibility pertains to behavior that allows for corrective action and penalizes mismanagement.

Responsible management would, when necessary, put in place what it would take to set the company on the right path. While the board is accountable to the company, it must act responsively to and with responsibility towards all company stakeholders.

“Each contracted party must act responsibly to the organization and its stakeholders.”


The systems within f society must have a balance by considering all those interested in the company and its future. The rights of various groups have to get the right acknowledgment and respect.

“All decisions taken, processes used, and their implementation will not be allowed to create an unfair advantage to any one particular party.”

Social responsibility

f society recognizes and responds to social issues, prioritizing ethical standards. Acting as a good corporate citizen is increasingly seen as non-discriminatory, non-exploitative, and responsible regarding environmental and human rights issues.

A company will likely experience indirect economic benefits such as improved productivity and corporate reputation by considering those factors.