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Congratulations to Dr. Winnie Tang, JP Appointed as The IASA Chief Strategic Advisor for Hong Kong and Greater China Regions

2010.
IASA is an international non-profit business association dedicated to the advancement
and sharing of issues related to software architecture in the enterprise, product,
education and government sectors. The Association is committed to improving the
quality of the IT architecture industry by developing and delivering standards, education
programs and developing accreditation programs and services that optimize the
development of architecture profession.
To support the work of IASA in Hong Kong and Greater China, Dr. Tang is pleased to
work closely with the other IASA advisors, to give advice on the promotional strategies
on the ICT industry development in Hong Kong and Greater China.
Congratulations to Dr. Winnie Tang, JP Appointed as The IASA Chief
Strategic Advisor for Hong Kong and Greater China Regions
Dr. Winnie Tang, JP, in her capacity of President of Internet Professional Association (iProA), has recently been appointed as the Chief Strategic Advisor for the International
Association of Software Architects (IASA) Hong Kong and Greater China Regions for a period of two years from August 12, 2010.
IASA is an international non-profit business association dedicated to the advancement and sharing of issues related to software architecture in the enterprise, product, education and government sectors. The Association is committed to improving the quality of the IT architecture industry by developing and delivering standards, education programs and developing accreditation programs and services that optimize the development of architecture profession.
To support the work of IASA in Hong Kong and Greater China, Dr. Tang is pleased to work closely with the other IASA advisors, to give advice on the promotional strategies on the ICT industry development in Hong Kong and Greater China.