eTranzact gets ISO 27001, ISO 20000 certifications
eTranzact International PLC, Africa’s premier e-payments solution provider, on Monday in Lagos, received the prestigious BSI ISO 27001 & ISO 20000 certifications from the British Standards Institute – the national standards body of the United Kingdom.
The certifications ISO 20000:2011 for Service Management System (SMS) and ISO 27001:2013 for Information Security Management System (ISMS) are the World’s highest standards of information security and service delivery, demonstating eTranzact’s commitment to a world-class, customer-oriented service culture and environment.
Presentation of the certification was done by a team led by the acting Deputy British High Commissioner, Ahmed Basher MBE’ who congratulated the CEO, management and staff of eTranzact for joining the class of International organisations with these certifications.
He said; “eTranzact with the ISO 20000:2011 for Service Management System (SMS) and ISO 27001:2013 for Information Security Management System (ISMS) standards has increased its comparative advantage in its industry as well as joined the class of international organisations with these certifications.
“To achieve certifications of these standards, a company must show a continuous structured commitment towards assessing security risks and managing sensitive information. eTranzact clearly demonstratees that they are operating at this level and meets the needs of their customers.
“The ISO certifcations are a testament to eTranzact’s focus in adopting and implementing global and best practices to ensure effectiveness, efficiency, confidentiality and integrity in its day to day operations. This marks the beginning of a new journey for the company.”
Also speaking about the certifications, Valentine Obi, CEO/Founder, eTranzact said: “We are deeply honoured to be awarded the BSI ISO 27001 & ISO 20000 certifications, a clear demonstration of our unwavering commitment to establishing a world class customer-oriented service culture and high standards of information security.
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