Organizational certification confirms an organization’s commitment to our technology. It ensures a provider can offer quality services to the marketplace by skilled individuals. Becoming certified can open doors for organizations to access valuable business opportunities and partnerships.
Organizational Certification Requirement
InterSystems considers an organization to be certified in a specific technology when it acquires and retains at least four (4) full time employees who possess active certifications in that technology.
Claiming Organizational Certification
When an organization identifies enough of its certified staff individuals meet the organizational requirement, a business leader can request organizational certification from the InterSystems Certification Team. After communicating the names of their staff who possess the individual certification badge, the InterSystems Certification Team will confirm the staff credentials and issue a certificate with an identifying code and issue date. This certificate can be used to prove organizational competency to InterSystems marketplace and can also be used in various ways in InterSystems Partner Programs.
Maintaining Organizational Certification
To maintain organizational certification status, organizations must confirm their staff that fulfill the requirement twice per year to the Certification Team. If an organization falls below the required number, the Certification Team will discuss a grace period in which the organization can acquire the needed staff and maintain certification.