The Interoperability Executive Customer Council: A Collaboration With Microsoft

Microsoft established the Interoperability Executive Customer (IEC) Council in June 2006 as a means of regularly interacting with customers to obtain valuable feedback regarding their specific interoperability requirements. The company meets twice a year with the IEC Council to discuss interoperability issues, and then meets throughout the year with technical and business working groups comprising representatives from the member organizations to drill down on interoperability details. Since the launch of the council less than four years ago, IEC Council members have identified approximately 50 key areas for improved interoperability across Microsoft products and those of the software industry at large.

Provided by: Microsoft Topic: Collaboration Date Added: Jan 2010 Format: PDF

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