BT COMMUNITY FOR UNIVERSITIES
In 2020, the Standard is celebrating its tenth anniversary. This year, Business Technology Forum, the non-profit organisation facilitating the Standard, is strengthening its cooperation with the academic world. The forum is now inviting higher education institutions to join the Partnership Community.
The first international higher education partner to show the way is King’s College London.
“The Business Technology Standard provides a customer-focused approach for all aspects of the IT lifecycle, supporting the student, research, and staff experience. It frees us to focus on delivering value. It is open source, yet comprehensive and end-to-end. We have found a community of like-minded people to collaborate with,” says John Butterworth, Head of CIO Office at King’s College London. Read more about the partnership here.
The second partner to join is Finland’s Aalto University.
“By constantly improving and furthering digitalisation, we aim to empower and support everyone in the Aalto community. The Business Technology Standard has brought structure, clarity and easiness in delivering this. I see this partnership community as an opportunity to share, support and learn from our peers in achieving successful, digital transformation together across the wider community”, says Sari Vehtari, Head of CDO Office at Aalto University. Read more about the partnership here.