SG World Achieves Continued Accreditation for Cheque Printing

National leaders in health and safety and safeguarding solutions SG World has passed its triennial accreditation audit for cheque printing with flying colours this summer.

The company, which prints laser cheques, continuous cheques and non-computer cheques at its purpose-built offices and factory in Crewe, has been an accredited cheque printer since 1969 and supplies businesses and schools across the country.

Chairman and CEO of SG World Arnold Haase said: “SG World has built an industry-leading reputation as a competent and effective company. Accreditation audits are essential for our business capability, and for our customers’ peace of mind about the security of their information. These successful audits are also a satisfying endorsement of the hard work and dedication that SG World staff put into the company every day.”

With the successful completion of the audit, SG World retains its status as an Accredited Cheque Printer, certified to ISO27001 information security management system standard and the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company (C&CCC) Audit Standard for Cheque Printers-Standard 55. The company received confirmation it had passed the audit in mid-July and its employees were complimented on their helpful attitude and professionalism.

Accreditation to these standards is an official certified recognition of SG World’s ability to securely handle and print sensitive customer data and cheque products, to maintain control over design and to have secure computer-based processes for customer information and transaction processing.

SG World prints cheques that are compatible with leading finance software packages including SIMS, Sage and RM Finance. Laser cheques and continuous cheques from SG World contain advanced security features such as: paper which reacts to ultra-violet light, paper which discolours if attacked with acids and solvents and print options with complex patterns or microprint and with special inks.

SG World also offers hologram security for an additional layer of protection against fraud.

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