Causeway has welcomed the Interoperability Charter, recently launched at the House of Commons by the Business Application Software Developers Association (BASDA). The Charter is designed to raise the profile of interoperability as a fundamental component of a healthy digital economy, while also promoting best practice.
The launch was chaired by Tim Cole, Executive Vice President of Strategy at Causeway and Chair of the BASDA e-Business Special Interest Group (below, left). He commented:
“Interoperability is a key issue and one where application developers can support process improvement and economic growth. "At a time when efficiency and growth are of such critical importance to our economy, support for this Charter offers a simple but highly effective means of engaging with key interest groups in both the public and private sectors. Causeway was amongst the first companies to sign-up up to this Charter to demonstrate its commitment to delivering an integrated economy”.
The Charter launch was hosted by Cheryl Gillan MP and attended by Stephen McPartland MP (above, right) and Stephen Mosley MP. Discover more about the Interoperability Charter.