Baxi Get ISO Certification, Commits To Continual Service Quality, Security

Baxi Get ISO Certification, Commits To Continual Service Quality, Security

Baxi fintech, one of the leading financial service providers in Nigeria which was recently acquired by MSF Africa, a  leading digital payment gateway platform in Africa has announced its certification by the Internation Organization for Standardization.

The announcement was made known through a newsletter revealed by the organization, as Baxi reaffirms its commitment to user safety, quality service, data security and continual business transactions amongst its stakeholders.

ISO is a non-governmental and independent quality verification service provider that has developed a standard metric to prove a company’s competence, and safety, within its chosen service or product production.

With this certification, the fintech has acquired the necessary strategy, system and policies to guarantee Baxi’s existence even during an unexpected predicament.

The certification authenticates Baxi’s constant commitment to being a leader in business consistency and disaster recuperation by affirming the company’s ability to designate and maintain a compelling business continuity administration system that identifies potential threats, their impacts, and how to alleviate them.

Speaking during the certification ceremony, the CEO and founder of OPEX consultancy, Musibau Lasisi,  congratulated the team of the Baxi Project for their success in the ISO process, while placing more emphasis on the importance of the certification.

Being an important brand of MSF Africa, Baxi maintains a presence in the industry as one of the leaders in its chosen sector. It is committed to providing every household in the nation with distinguished access to digital payment services.

Part of the statement reads “Since its inception, the brand has garnered over forty thousand agent networks across Nigeria and has provided quick and easy access to digital payments of bills and services. Features available on the platform include money transfer and cash withdrawal, cable television subscription, electricity bill payment, airtime and data top-up, Baxi Postpaid Service, Smart Trader, and Ogamadam.” As it explains the company’s development.