Community Introduction

The International Association of IT Architects (IASA) was founded in 2002 in the United States. It aims to professionally develop the profession of IT Architect by organizing network meetings, training- and certification programs. Currently IASA has already more than 60,000 members worldwide.
The Dutch chapter of IASA has set a goal to work itself up to one of the most important architectural associations in the Netherlands. Focusing on the professional development of IT Architecture through IASA training and certification and by that identifying focus on IT architecture as a discipline.

Our Goal

For architects it is extremely important to exchange ideas with fellow architects to learn from each other and by that expand his or her knowledge and skillset. IASA Netherlands will organize a meeting every 2-3 months to look into developments concerning IASA and IT Architecture in the Dutch market. During these meetings architectural topics and case studies will be interactively discussed to make each other better in fulfilling the role of an IT Architect.

For more information see the IASA Global website

Important notice: For administration purposes we would like to ask you to sign up for IASA Basic free membership. It helps us having a central place for community member registration and communication.
Being a basic member offers you:

  • subscription to IASA newsletters for industry, event and education news
  • access to free architectural and trends focused webinars
  • limited access to virtual knowledge and research communities
  • limited access to the online IASA content repository
  • Limited access to local chapter activities
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