GiG obtains ISO 20000 certification for its online platform
Game Innovation Group (GiG) announced on Tuesday obtained ISO 20000 certification for its platformfollowing a thorough review of its internal services management system, framework and practices.
The certificate, awarded by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)demonstrates an organization’s ability to “effectively and effectively align” its management processes in accordance with international best practice.
“This certification builds credibility and trust with consumers, stakeholders and other business partners. ISO certification ensures that the entity meets global standards for business, especially in business situations,” GiG wrote.
As part of a concerted service accreditation program, GiG has “proven that its service offering complies with all ISO 20000 requirements” by ensuring optimal service delivery and supporthaving the ability to meet growing service demands and demonstrating reliability, high quality and level of service, the company added.
Philip Curmi, Director of Service Management at GiGsaid: “Over the past two years, GiG has been committed to building its service management framework to ensure that our processes and practices are both aligned with business needs and with international best practices.”
“We believe this certification is a testament to GiG being a leading service provider., always concerned to offer the best level and the best quality of service to our partners. This achievement would not have been possible without the contribution, support and commitment of all of GiG to these shared values,” he explained.
Earlier this month, GiG shared its financial results for the third quarter of the year. For the period ended September 30, the company delivered record revenue of €22.9 million ($22.7 million), a 35% year-over-year increase of €16.9 million, of which 24% attributable to organic growth.
The company also posted an EBITDA of €8.5 millions of dollars (8.4 million), up to 47% compared to the comparable period of last year, while the EBITDA margin increased to 3seven.5%. Meanwhile, EBIT was €2.5 million ($2.4 million) and a positive net profit of €0.6 million ($0.5 million) was achieved.