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ASL®

ASL (Application Services Library) is a vendor independent public domain library for the implementation of application management.
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BiSL®

BiSL (Business Information Services Library) is a vendor independent public domain library for the implementation of business information management.
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Education

The ASL Foundation and the BiSL Foundation exam provide an internationally recognized ASL and BiSL certificate.

3 Sept 2015: Webinar “ISO 16350 and ASL® 2 – ‘tools’ for professional Application Management”

Tomorrow, Mark Smalley will explain how the new international standard for application management, ISO 16350 together with ASL 2 help you to make your application management smarter. Please join him on Thursday, Sep 3, 2015 from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CEST. Here’s the link to the webinar: http://topconf.com/bucharest-2015/speaker/mark-smalley/

Abstract: Did you know that about 40% of IT budgets is spent on keeping applications up and running, up to date and under control?

HAN University of Applied Sciences nominated for Computable Awards 2015

HAN University of Applied Sciences nominated for Computable Awards 2015

The partnership with the ASL BiSL Foundation was the main reason why the HAN University of Applied Sciences University of Arnhem and Nijmegen is nominated as ‘IT trainer of the year’. The HAN has joined the ASL BiSL Foundation as Educational Knowledge Partner earlier this year. From the campuses in Arnhem and Nijmegen the HAN delivers more than 80 bachelor’s and master’s programmes for about 31,000 students.

December 10, 2015: National Management and IT Symposium ‘Co-create 2015!’

The joint annual congress ‘Co-create’ has experienced its second edition in December 2014 in Bussum, The Netherlands. With 500 participants, 60 speakers, 20 sponsors and a report rating of 7.2,  this has been a successful event.  For the 2015 edition on December 10th, once again the following organizations are cooperating: ASL BiSL Foundation, Agile Consortium, BPM Forum, Business Rules Platform, itSMF NL, KIVI, Dutch Computer Society (Ngi-NGN) and Platform for Information Security (PvIB).