MarketsPulse Re-certified: ISO-9001:2008 Quality Management System

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Binary options provider MarketsPulse is re-certified with the ISO-9001 2008 quality management system certification, following a previous certification.

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LONDON– MarketsPulse, a global binary options platform provider, was recently reissued the ISO-9001:2008 certifying that the company continues to meet the highest level of quality in software development and customer satisfaction standards defined by the International Organization for Standardization.

“We are honoured and proud to have maintained ISO’s standards that are highly recognized worldwide.” says Rachely Esman, CEO of MarketsPulse.

In order to be receive certification a company is expected to meet the eight quality management principles. They are: (1) Customer focus (2) Leadership (3) Involvement of people (4) Process Approach (5) System approach to management (6) Continual improvement (7) Factual approach to decision making (8) Mutually beneficial supplier relationships

Ms. Esman continues, “The standards in which we needed to meet align with our core values and business model. We plan to continue reapplying to be certified in order to maintain these high standards. As a globally recognized Binary Options platform provider, this certification further shows that we are committed to providing excellent service and ensuring customer satisfaction, a true partnership.”

For more information about MarketsPulse and their Enterprise-Class platforms you can contact a representative at info[at]marketspulse.com, or Tal at tal[at]marketspulse.com.

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