Members Elected to OMG Architecture Board
Representatives from Prismtech, 88solutions, Thales,
Unisys and Sparx Systems chosen by OMG's members
Needham, MA- 12-23-2013-The Object Management Group
(OMG®) is pleased to announce that five Member
representatives have been newly elected to its Architecture
Board. The eleven-member Architecture Board oversees the
architectural consistency and quality of OMG's extensive set
of specifications, spanning visual modelling, metadata and
middleware, as well as industry-specific interoperability
standards industry verticals as diverse as Finance,
Healthcare and Robotics.
The five AB members newly elected by OMG's Membership
will serve two-year terms that begin at the consortium's
March 2014 technical meeting in Reston, Virginia, USA.
The newly-elected members are:
- Angelo Corsaro, PhD, CTO, Prismtech
- Manfred Koethe, President & CTO, 88solutions
- Hugues Vincent, Software Architect, Thales
- Doug Tolbert, Consulting Engineer, Unisys
- J.D. Baker, EA Ambassador, Sparx Systems
"I'm delighted that Angelo, Manfred, Hugues, Doug
and J.D. have been elected to serve on the Architecture
Board," said Dr. Richard Soley, Chairman and CEO of
OMG. "All have contributed tremendously to many OMG
standardization efforts and their continued active role in
maintaining the architectural integrity of the consortium's
specifications is much appreciated."
The Architecture Board performs its important
quality-control functions by reviewing OMG Requests For
Proposals (RFP) and specifications proposed for OMG
publication. Its deliberations are open to all OMG Members,
and it functions according to published procedures that
facilitate the flow of actions between and during OMG
meetings. It also occasionally issues architectural guidance
for RFP and submission authors.
OMG is an international, open membership, not-for-profit
computer industry standards consortium. OMG Task Forces
develop enterprise integration standards for a wide range of
technologies and an even wider range of industries. OMG's
modeling standards enable powerful visual design, execution
and maintenance of software and other processes. Visit www.omg.org
for more information.
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