عربي  19 Sep 2020


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  • SECC
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    SECC


    Established by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology in June 2001, the Software Engineering Competence Center (SECC) aims to boost the software industry in Egypt by improving software engineering practices to achieve a strong presence in the global market.

    Affiliated to the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) since 2005, SECC provides leading technology services that enhance the efficiency of IT companies and improve their internal capabilities. It focuses on setting industry standards by organizing a series of workshops and training courses that will enable these companies to assimilate and implement modern technology.

    SECC also seeks to change the concepts of software company management to comply with international specifications and standards, provide the necessary support to encourage the transfer of software modern technologies and encourage Egyptian companies to export their software products and work with international companies.

    SECC training services offerings are designed to support learners in achieving their goals. SECC leverages the latest distributed learning technology to make more cost-effective, more flexible and more rapidly deployed training solutions to help companies create their own competitive advantage.

    For more info, kindly visit SECC website.



    1. CMMI
    1. COBIT 5 Framework
    1. DevOps
    1. Disciplined Agility
    1. ITIL
    1. Semantic Technology
    1. Software Reuse
    1. Software Testing
    1. Software Architecture
    1. Software Process Improvement
    1. TOGAF 9
    1. TSP/PSP
    1. Software Process Improvement for SMEs Program
    1. Six Sigma
    1. Agile



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