SIAM Foundation BoK now available in Japanese

SIAM GOES GLOBAL

In November 2017, the directors of Scopism and our exam partners EXIN visited Tokyo, Japan, to attend the itSMF Japan conference and a SIAM event hosted by EXIN’s regional manager, Etsuko Nakagawa. During the visit, we had the opportunity to meet local business leaders and training organisations, and heard a lot about the growing increase in SIAM in Japan. There is a global trend that is changing focus away from systems integration approaches towards service integration and management, and Japan is part of this.

Tokyo hosts the summer Olympics in 2020, and Olympic IT partner Atos will use a SIAM approach to integrate the many different companies involved in providing information services for the games.

LAUNCH OF JAPANESE TRANSLATION

To support the growing adoption of SIAM in Japan, Scopism has worked with Japanese business leaders to translate the SIAM Foundation BoK into Japanese. You can download the PDF for free now, and a hard copy book will be available soon via Leonon Media.

Scopism would like to extend our thanks to everyone who contributed to the translation project, including:

Technical reviewers

Masaki Ikemoto (OGIS-RI Co.,Ltd.)
Ikuo Iwamura (IBM Japan Systems Engineering Co.,Ltd.)
Gaku Ootoshi  (Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.)
Motoya Kaneda (DIG2 Next Inc.)
Nobuyuki Kuno (ServiceNow Japan KK)
Yuki Shiraishi (Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.)
Toshio Suzuki (DIG2 Next Inc.)
Kohichi Tagata (ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation)
Yusuke Takahashi (Hewlett-Packard Japan, Ltd.)
Asami Nakagawa (FUJITSU FSAS Inc.)
Kenji Nakahara (NTT PC Communications Incorporated)
Ayako Hama  (FUJITSU Limited)
Ayumu Hirakawa (Tokio Marine&Nichido Systems Co.,Ltd.)
Tomosato Hiroki (IT VALUE EXPERTS Inc.)
Harunobu Fuwa (ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation)
Atsushi Hokoki (ServiceNow Japan KK)
Juro Miura (Quint JAPAN)
Toshio Yamamoto (Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd.)
Kazumasa Yoshida (FUJITSU Limited)

Figure modification

Keiko Sano (DIG2 Next Inc.)

Supervising editor

Toshio Suzuki (DIG2 Next Inc.)

Coordination

Etsuko Nakagawa (EXIN Japan)

Originally published on scopism.com

To see this article on the EXIN Japan site please click here