Rapidly expanding company helps NGO achieve ISO certification

ISO-STEP-photoWhat do a rapidly expanding company specialized in helping organisations achieve ISO certification and Inspire – an NGO focused entirely on helping children and people with disabilities – have in common?


“At first glance, we might seem like we’re entirely different,” said Mr. Luke Desira, Managing Director and founder of Step Enterprises Ltd, “but when it boils down to it, my company and Inspire are both in the profession of helping people.”


Step Enterprises Ltd. is a young company that has already helped over 30 companies and businesses achieve their ISO certifications – a series of international recognized standards that define, establish and maintain a quality assurance system.


“The process of achieving this certification is usually deemed daunting,” explains Mr. Desira, “but we’re specialized in making it as simple and as painless as possible.”


Step Enterprises Ltd. have offered their services to Inspire in order to help the organisation achieve this much deserved certification.


“We are convinced that Inspire has the quality standards that are required to achieve ISO certification, and given that we believe wholeheartedly in their work, we don’t want paper work, bureaucracy or high costs, to come in the way of achieving it. We will therefore be sponsoring many labour hours as well as our expertise to help Inspire achieve its certification.”


Nathan Farrugia, Inspire’s CEO, welcomed the offer with open arms explaining that “ISO certification is a sure way of proving to the general public and our clients, that we deliver high standards of quality, development and assurance. We are grateful to Step Enterprises Ltd. who are sponsoring this process, so that we can keep focusing on what we do best – reaching out to more and more people with disability who need our services.”


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Luke Desira from Step Enterprises with Inspire’s management team.