The Week@ESI is the IT networking forum of 2009; a meeting point for all players involved in improving competitiveness in the Information and Communication Technology sector (ICT) and in promoting the Information Society (IS) in their areas. It is aimed at ESI@net partners, ESICenters, ESI Patrons, local, regional or national governments, IT companies, sectorial associations, technology parks, research centres, universities and any other agents committed to the Information Society in its various branches; citizens, SMEs and particular sector of activities.
The next Introduction to CMMI Version 1.2 Staged and Continuous Representation is scheduled for 17 - 20 February 2009 in Sofia. It is delivered in English by our SEI-authorized instructors. Special feature: the standard 3-day course is extended by one extra day for drills and discussions, facilitated by the instructor.
Bilbao, Spain will host the Week@ESI (2 – 6 of June) - an IT networking forum and a meeting point for all players involved in IT competitiveness around the world. It will provide participants with plenty of opportunities to meet other players, to debate common issues, exchange expertise, find new business chances and perhaps see their efforts rewarded with an award.
The Week@ESI begins (2-3 of June) with the Annual ESI@net Event - the ESI commercial network in charge of promoting and delivering ESI products and services to the world-wide market.
Next course “Introduction to CMMI” ver. 1.2 Staged and Continuous Representation is scheduled for 28-30 November in Sofia. This certificate and registration in SEI database is a must for all members of SCAMPI Class A (official appraisal for CMMI maturity level) team. The course will be delivered by bulgarian instructors, officially authorized by SEI, Carnegie Mellon University.
ESI Center Bulgaria has trained so far 150 top IT specialists presenting 55 companies from Armenia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania and Bulgaria.
Three years after the start, ESI Center Bulgaria is officially authorized to operate under the name ESI CENTER EASTERN EUROPE. During the meeting with media representatives Elena Schaiedt, director in European Software Institute (Spain), handed a certificate to ESI Center Bulgaria director George Sharkov to verify the Center had successfully completed the know-how transfer and had the capacity to offer services and operate under its new name.