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NPI Governance Consulting becomes the first ISO 9001 Accredited B-BBEE Advisory Firm in South Africa

By July 26, 2016September 26th, 2019No Comments

Johannesburg, July 12 2016 – It is with great pleasure to announce that NPI Governance Consulting has finally met the requirements of being an ISO 9001:2008 Management Systems Certified organisation. The audit report was compiled by UK based firm Exova BM TRADA.

What this means for NPI Governance Consulting’s clients

As a customer centric organisation. NPI’s clients form the cornerstone of its operational efficiencies. Through a standardised approach, the firm is setting guarantees to its customers to be the best at what they do, while servicing their compliance and governance commitments.

Established in 2012, NPI Governance Consulting may be the new kid on the block set to change the Transformation and Governance industry by pioneering its accountability towards the implementation of legislation, the B-BBEE policy framework as well as keeping commerce informed and updated on any new developments in the economic development landscape.

On his vision for NPI Governance Consulting, the CEO Israel Noko says, “After 12 years in the industry, I wanted to be a part of an organisation that applies consistent high quality and procedures as a standard approach to consulting. Well documented processes for client engagement and embedded systems to ensure a quick turnaround time for servicing our clients”.

As a 100% black owned and 55% black female owned company, NPI Governance Consulting endeavours to be bench marked as an industry leader in the consulting business. With a key focus on being a pioneering black owned business; Excellence is not negotiable.

Being the first BEE Consultancy to be ISO 9001:2008 certified in the country by no means translates to a relaxed approach. The next goal is for an ISO 9001:2015 certification to be resumed in 2018. This further exemplifies NPI Governance Consulting’s vision in “Pioneering equitable growth in Africa”.