Leading Financial Services provider Baxi, under its parent name MFS Africa, has earned its International Organization for Standardization certificate (ISO) reaffirming the company’s commitment to Information security, service quality, safety, and business continuity among stakeholders.
ISO is an independent, non-governmental organization that creates standards to ensure the efficiency, security, and caliber of products, services, and systems.Through the certification, Baxi has established the necessary processes, policies, and systems to secure the organization's survival in the case of a future crisis.
The certification validates Baxi's continued dedication to being a leader in business continuity and disaster recovery by attesting to the company's capacity to establish and maintain an effective business continuity management system that recognizes potential threats, their effects, and how to mitigate them.
Musibau Lasisi, founder and CEO of OPEX consultancy, spoke during the certificate ceremony and congratulated the Baxi Project team on the success of the ISO process, emphasizing the importance of certification.Baxi, a key brand of MFS Africa, maintains its status as an industry leader in the financial services sector in Nigeria by providing impeccable and accessible digital payment services to every household. Since 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.