The prestigious event in the field of standardization is around the corner, that is, from 6-8 August 2019, facilitated by the Society for Standard Professionals. It’s going to be held in Montreal, Quebec, in Canada. The SES (Standards Engineering Society) is a one-of-its-kind neutral forum in North America where standards users and developers come together to address mutual issues, opportunities, and interests in ways that work to the benefit of everyone involved with, or affected by standards. InfoBeans is a proud exhibitor at the event with its turn-key solutions for the Standards Developing Organizations (SDOs).
Our service offerings are all-encompassing. We provide complete standards development process automation: involves requests for new standards or revisions in existing ones, committee formation for discussions, document editing and management, voting and balloting and document conversion. To add to this, we also provide for an E-commerce module for trading of standards, along with a publishing solution. No, we’re not done yet! We also boast of accreditation and evaluation offerings for standards along with the Learning Management System for the training of professionals in the industry.
SES is a non-profit organization that promotes the principles and advantages of standardization, standards, and conformity assessment. We at InfoBeans love to cater to the challenges and pain points faced by the standard development community. We help them sort with redundant, inconsistent and unstructured content, in the maintenance of legacy data, along with integration with other operations and workflows, with our varied offerings, leaving no room for inconvenience. The innate support for new technologies and devices clubbed with facilitated standards distribution and mapping is another boon.
So, we’ll be there ‘Creating WOW’ at the SES Annual Conference 2019, from August 6-8, in Le Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, QC, Canada for Standardization – A Better Quality of Life! We’d love to see you there, to solve all your standards development needs!