SCS Membership comes with access to the Society's various industry Chapters where you can connect and contribute to a community of like-minded professionals while defining the IT landscape of Singapore.
- Be in the circle of the movers and shakers in the industry
- Integrate and network with ease, speed, and regularity
- Access local business resources and talents
- Stay updated on the latest market news, movements, trends, and best practices
- Strengthen your knowledge base
- Enjoy exclusive Chapter discounts and privileges including complimentary passes to sought-after industry events and conferences
Get to know more about the following SCS Chapters:
- Business Analytics (BA) Chapter
- Business Continuity (BC) Chapter
- Cloud Computing (CC) Chapter
- Enterprise Architecture (EA) Chapter
- Infocomm Security (IS) Chapter
- Interactive Digital Media (IDM) Chapter
- Internet of Things (IoT) Chapter
- Project Management (PM) Chapter
- Quality Assurance (QA) Chapter
- Supply Chain Management (SCM) Chapter
Big Data is making big impact in businesses and lives today, thanks to Business Analytics. The BA Chapter was established to foster excellence in the Singapore BA scene by encouraging collaboration and participation from the community. The Chapter strives to train and share knowledge, resources, and experiences so that members can improve their levels of skills and capabilities to support the BA needs in Singapore. BA Chapter is also focused on providing members with career-enhancing opportunities to learn more about the powers of BA, and how Big Data can advance business and industry.
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Business Continuity (BC) Chapter
Business Continuity is increasingly becoming an essential component of business strategy. Join the Business Continuity Chapter (BCC) and learn more about the professional practices of BC in Singapore and the region. Beyond sharing and exchanging ideas, the BCC is recognised on a national level with its members providing feedback to the formalisation of Singapore national standards such as SS507 Singapore Standard for IT Disaster Recovery Services, and SS540 Singapore Standard for Business Continuity Management. In fact, this Chapter was responsible for creating awareness for Business Continuity within big organisations in Singapore such as the Singapore Police Force, Singapore Stock Exchange, and Polytechnics.
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Cloud Computing (CC) Chapter
The cloud computing revolution is touching and transforming nearly every aspect of the ICM industry. In fact, businesses are migrating to cloud computing because of the cost-efficient value that comes with these flexible services. At the Cloud Computing Chapter, cloud providers and consumers can sharpen the skills of each other through knowledge-sharing and professional networking sessions. The Chapter will also help members' organisations grow through collaboration programmes with various government agencies.
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Enterprise Architecture (EA) Chapter
The discipline of Enterprise Architecture (EA) should be embraced at every level in an organisation, resulting in a company-wide cultural shift. The EA Chapter intends to equip its members to practise EA and deliver value to stakeholders through minimising costs, maximizing profits and improving efficiency. The sharing of knowledge begets new knowledge. For this reason, the EA Chapter will be organising various events, featuring a diversity of industry professionals, as a networking platform for exchanges of ideas and practices through the meeting of like-minded individuals.
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Infocomm Security (IS) Chapter
A secure and reliable infocomm environment is a key enabler for community and business development.
The Infocomm Security Chapter aims to develop its members' knowledge and skills in this important domain through knowledge sharing, networking and other capability development initiatives.
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Interactive Digital Media (IDM)
The Interactive Digital Media (IDM) Chapter aims to bring IDM talents together to interact, exchange ideas, and improve their professional standings. IDM practitioners looking for employment prospects should make use of the Chapter to upgrade their skills and expand their professional connection in the industry. This Chapter is also the perfect place for members to seek project opportunities in the IDM industry.
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Internet of Things (IoT) Chapter
The Internet of Things (IoT) Chapter aims to provide the platform where professionals learn, share knowledge, and promote a common understanding of IoT technology, applications, standards and ultimately driving adoption of IoT products and services.
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Project Management (PM) Chapter
This Chapter is exclusively for professionals who have attained the Certification in Outsourcing Management for IT (COMIT) or Certification in IT Project Management (CITPM). Through this Chapter, you will play a role in raising the level of competency and professionalism in the areas of outsourcing management and IT project management. By establishing and promoting relationships with other related bodies worldwide, you will widen your professional network, at the same time, help to shape the landscape of the IT industry. Plus, you'll get to enjoy discounts and privileges to activities and events that are organised by the Chapter.
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Quality Assurance (QA) Chapter
Quality in software does not come easy; it requires the constant monitoring of software engineering processes and methods. Universal and generic in nature, these QA processes and methods can be applied across many domains. The Quality Assurance Chapter engages SCS Members on various learning opportunities surrounding the concepts of QA. Members will also be exposed to a wide array of networking opportunities to exchange ideas, experience, knowledge, or even advance their careers.
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Supply Chain Management (SCM) Chapter
The SCM Chapter works in tandem with the business community to learn and understand the different supply chain business and operational requirements and challenges, IT tools and technologies that may assist in overcoming challenges, and to enhance the productivity of their supply chain-leading business through technology innovations. The Chapter also supports professionals seeking to advance their careers by helping them bridge the gap of IT knowledge and business applications and requirements in supply chain management practices.
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