SWIPO Letter to Beltug

By Francoise Maon

To our colleagues at Beltug: We have closely reviewed your November 2020 publication (prepared jointly with Cigref, CIO Platform Nederland, and VOICE e.V) entitled “SWIPO. A new Code of Conduct for data import and data export for SaaS Suppliers”.  In this document, you have provided some observations regarding the SWIPO SaaS Code of Conduct, some…

Open for Business

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During the time of establishment of the SWIPO AISBL association, we had to work with temporary memberships to allow the SWIPO working groups to be dismantled and get into normal operations mode with the established AISBL. Currently we are open to  allow new organizations to become a member of SWIPO AISBL on an annual basis.…

SWIPO has its 1st General Assembly

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On May 26 and 27, SWIPO held its first General Assembly (GA). The main goal of that GA was to formally establish SWIPO AISBL. This new association was to receive both Codes of Conduct and adjacent document and become the sole owner of these documents. Of more than 2 years of work both SWIPO working…