BTM Adopted by CIPS!
The Business Technology Management (BTM) initiative and accreditation processes have been adopted by the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS). UAM defines the IT Architecture portion of the BTM standardization and accreditation initiative. This is a significant step in developing Canada-wide standards for accreditation of IT professionals.
CIPS (Canadian Information Processing Society) is a national federation of Provincial Information Processing Societies who certify IT professionals in Canada and abroad. Since 1958 CIPS has helped advance Canada’s IT profession by fostering standards, best practices, and integrity for the benefit of IT professionals and the public interest. As “Canada’s Association of Information Technology Professionals” they represent thousands of members across the country.
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UAM now Freely Available Under EUPL
Version 2.0.4 of the UAM Methodology is now free to use under EUPL:
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UAM Adopted by BTM – BOK
The UAM Methodology has been adopted by the Business Technology Management (BTM) forum Body Of Knowledge (BOK) initiative. UAM defines the IT Architecture portion of this significant Canadian initiative.
The Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) created the BTM Forum “to promote a renewed sense of community and help map the many career paths crossing business and technology functions. It launched the BTM Forum to help develop new professional certifications, program accreditation standards, and learning guides to help prepare the next generation of digital transformation leaders.”