Redmond, WA, October 01, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The International Institute of International Software Economies, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Inc (IISEIE) are pleased to announce the release of their new online Content Catalogue.
IISEIE Content and Program Catalogue is an interactive repository that can be utilised to execute initiatives in their local software economies to drive development of software talent, software industries and software innovation.
The Catalogue consists of business content, case studies and research in the areas of software business and operations skills required by today's software companies, and is based on the IISEIE taxonomy for research, content and program development. IISEIE does not hold the content, rather provides an abstract and points to the "source."
IISEIE CEO Malcolm Fraser recognised the importance of developing a central resource that is the first of its kind for the software industry.
"Software companies operate in a highly competitive global marketplace and the IISEIE Content Catalogue will provide a central resource for helping them increase their competitive advantage," he said.
"The online Catalogue allows training organisations, industry associations, governments and practitioners easy access to the latest in best business practices, global trends, industry research and online resources relevant to software economies."
The IISEIE Content Catalogue was developed in partnership with FatDUX Zagreb (www.fatdux.com) and was launched during a key note presentation at the Microsoft Innovation Center Summit held in Seattle this week.
IISEIE is a not-for-profit organisation committed to driving applied research that both informs and aligns industry-based programs to develop local software economies. They are structured as a world-class collaborative network which seeks research and industry based program opportunities, and supports their execution via professional communities, virtual enterprises and a common shared services infrastructure.
To view the Content Catalogue visit http://www.iiseie.org