The Safer Online Gambling Group is known for its remarkable commitment to providing prime quality products for its customers at all times, along with consistent improvement. Due to their diligent efforts, they have received the ISO 9001 accreditation standard for their contributions.
David and Adam Bradford, a team of father and son, founded the SOGG in 2019, aiming to develop effective and practical solutions to help the addicts and families of the victims. To recover the depletion caused by gambling, the NGO works with the government, NHS framework, and gaming operators to strengthen the laws, preventing further harm.
CEO and Co-founder of SOGG, Adam Bradford, said that he is pleased to know that their commitment to putting their customers first and addressing their needs has been recognized. He also said that although gambling regulations are witnessing changes, they are focusing on the digital solutions to bring the stakeholders together and make the overall gambling experience much safer. Explaining further, he has said that they hope to grow across the US and UK with their programs. To protect the vulnerable players, they intend to provide a channel for addicts through voicing their experience.
By working with the recovered addicts, expert counselors, and government organizations like Public Health England and Gambling Commission, they hope to extend their services to the Great Britain Gambling Commission and improve the overall framework with helpful measures. The Group has also partnered with GVC Holdings as a part of their Change for the Bettor campaign and has set in motion few digital therapy tools to staunch the gambling problems by providing instant relief measures for those suffering. Further, the SOGG Project Manager, Ryan Bradford, said that the ISO certification stands for robustness in their management and processes, making it a significant enabler for the company. To make it clear, he has said that achieving the ISO 9001 accreditation indicates their quality of work, which might help provide better care for those affected.