The Swedish Computer Society and Iasa Global expand Partnership
During the first year of partnership Iasa’s Architect Core and Business Technology Strategy courses as well as CITA-F certification have been offered to Swedish (aspiring) architects.
“Iasa Sweden believes the first year of partnership on the curriculum has increased the quality for Swedish IT architecture and we look forward to expanding our relationship in the future,” Said Daniel Akenine, Iasa Sweden Chapter President.
The collaboration between Iasa and the Swedish Computer Society started 7 years ago with organizing the annual ITARC (IT Architect Regional Conference) in Stockholm, Sweden. “Organizing the trainings and certifications was a natural next step,” Marie Ställvik Sandberg, who is CEO for Dataföreningen Kompetens.
“We are proud to continue our cooperation with Iasa, both globally and locally, in offering IT architects internationally renowned training and certifications,” Marie continues.
Iasa CITA-F certification is now successfully integrated in the Swedish local master certification training program that has been available since 1999.
Describing the plans for 2013/2014, Marie said: “For the second year of partnership, extending the offering to include the Iasa specialization courses and the CITA-A certification are planned. We look very much forward to our journey together in developing the market in Northern Europe.”
About the Swedish Computer Society
The Swedish Computer Society (Dataföreningen) is an independent non-profit organization for supporting IT and IT professionals, founded in 1948. Today approximately 20.000 members engage in special interest groups, professional training and conferences.
Dataföreningen Kompetens is the Swedish Computer Society’s subsidiary for organizing training events. On a yearly basis approximately 150 events are offered, attracting over 3.500 participants.
About Iasa Global
Established in 2002, Iasa is the largest international, non-profit professional membership association dedicated to the advancement and sharing of issues related to technology and enterprise architecture in the enterprise, product, education and government sectors. Iasa delivers events, programs, education and certification through its 35 global communities.
Damaris Bode, Global Community Director, Iasa Global