BASDA Interoperability Charter

BASDA leads the way on Interoperability

BASDA Interoperability Charter logoA lack of interoperability is now recognised as a significant drain on the world economy. BASDA has a track record of working together to set standards which enable diverse systems to talk to each other and the BASDA Interoperability Charter is the next milestone on this journey.

The BASDA Interoperability Charter identifies and recognises organisations committed to increasing the ability of their customers to improve process efficiency and drive competitive advantage.

Why sign up now?

BASDA Interoperability Charter launch

BASDA members and guests at the launch of the Interoperability Charter. Left to right: Adam Molloy – bluQube, Tony Bray – Intuitive BI, Mark Say – Techradar Pro, Peter Prater – QTAC, Stephen McPartland MP, Tim Cole – Causeway, Kerry Jones – BIS, Stephen Mosley MP, Philip Virgo – Digital Policy Alliance, Lyn Duncan – @UK PLC, Kevin Misselbrook – Access Group

BASDA  launched the  Interoperability Charter on 16th April 2013 at the House of Commons. Its aims to encourage public and private sector users to embrace the use of automated processes and systems that transfer data electronically between systems is advocated by supporting members of government.

Members who sign up for the BASDA Interoperability Charter will benefit from:

Tim Cole, Chair of the BASDA eBusiness Special Interest Group comments, “Interoperability is a key issue by which we can support process improvement and economic growth. BASDA ensures that we can achieve speed to market at the same time as building a growing community of providers committed to delivering an integrated economy.”

SIGN UP NOW: BASDA Interoperability Charter (download)

Interoperability Explained – see blog and video from BASDA member bluQube