Systonomy has created the Systonomy Institute to coordinate a wide array of initiatives and for the purpose of promoting the adoption of higher standards of professionalism in the IT industry.
The Institute works closely with a variety of Academic, public and private organisations on joint business initiatives and organising knowledge sharing opportunities with the purpose of introducing more rigorous practices for Software Quality Engineering and Six Sigma for Information Technology.
Amongst our current endeavours are:
- The deployment of a Six Sigma for IT certification programme in partnership with the European Software Institute and a consortium of Public Institutions and Industry Leaders
- The development of an advanced Master Degree in collaboration with Kingston University combining software engineering practices and quality frameworks with Six Sigma and DFSS methods
- Participation in Knowledge transfer programs (KTP) in collaboration with the UK government
- Participation in European Research projects within the framework of EU programs (FP 7 Joint undertakings, Artemis) for improving design and development of business critical information systems and for the introduction of innovative research methodologies
Systonomy Consultants have published several written works on Software Quality Engineering, Software Process Improvement and the Evolution of Information Systems.
Systonomy is also regularly presenting at SEPG conferences and Six Sigma Summit in Europe and the US.