TechnologyBASDA members sign up to new Code

BASDA members sign up to new Code

Over 80 members of the Business Application Software Developer Association have signed up to its newly-introduced Code of Practice - designed to set quality standards for the development and supply of business applications.

Link: IT news in briefs

The list of members includes well-known businesses such as Coda, Iris, Microsoft and Sage.

BASDA chief executive said that, as the association had set standards for applications to deal with the likes of IFRS and VAT, it was time to set a ‘general standard’ for managing the development and supply of application software.

‘This will help customers to identify those companies who are offering a quality assured product and a high level of service to their users,’ Keeling said.

The code is split into five sections, including: product development, testing/quality assurance, documentation/information, software support and disputes.

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