Galaxy Backbone Achieves Multiple ISO Certifications, Strengthens Commitment to Business Empowerment

Galaxy Backbone Achieves Multiple ISO Certifications, Strengthens Commitment to Business Empowerment

Galaxy Backbone (GBB), Nigeria’s leading digital infrastructure solutions and services organization, has recently attained the prestigious MSECB certifications in Management Systems: ISO 9001:2015 for Quality Management Systems (QMS) and ISO 22301:2019 for Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS). These certifications reaffirm GBB’s commitment to delivering exceptional and reliable services that enhance the sustainability and reliability of solutions provided to organizations.

In an era of rapid technological advancements, organizations need trusted partners like GBB to navigate the complexities of modern times. With these latest certifications, GBB further positions itself as a reputable organization that both public and private sector entities can rely on for their digital transformation and business sustainability journeys.

Professor Ibrahim A. Adeyanju, GBB’s Managing Director/CEO, expressed pride in the organization’s achievement. “These certifications reaffirm the commitment we have consistently made to our customers. We are excited about these certifications, earned at a time when customers, stakeholders, and the government are searching for organizations like ours to rebuild confidence in the system. I am proud of everyone at GBB who worked hard to ensure we attained this height and who continuously work tirelessly to provide excellent services daily.”

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The ISO 9001:2015 certification underscores Galaxy Backbone’s dedication to providing high-quality services that consistently meet and exceed customer expectations. It highlights the organization’s commitment to continuous improvement and customer satisfaction across all aspects of its operations.

The ISO 22301:2019 certification showcases GBB’s commitment to institutionalizing business continuity management system processes, enhancing business sustainability and resilience. This certification demonstrates GBB’s dedication to maintaining uninterrupted business operations even during unexpected disruptions, such as natural disasters, cyber-attacks, or other emergencies.

Galaxy Backbone is at the forefront of providing cutting-edge Cloud, Colocation, Connectivity, and Cybersecurity solutions and services to organizations. The company is dedicated to fostering reliable partnerships with key stakeholders and service providers to expand fibre connectivity across cities and local communities, ensuring robust and resilient digital infrastructure for Nigeria.

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