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Shell Joins The Open Group as Newest Platinum Member

IndiaShell Joins The Open Group as Newest Platinum Member

The Open Group, a vendor-neutral technology standards organization, announced today that Shell Information Technology International, Inc. has become a Platinum Member of the organization. Shell joins other industry-leading Platinum Members such as DXC Technology, Fujitsu, Huawei, IBM, Intel, and OpenText.

Having been a Member of The Open Group since 1997, Shell has actively contributed to various Forums aimed at developing open technology standards and certifications. The company played a crucial role in establishing The Open Group OSDU® Forum, which focuses on developing transformational technology for evolving energy needs. Shell also contributed to the formation of The Open Group Open Footprint™ Forum, dedicated to creating an environmental footprint data model standard applicable across industries.

The Open Group is a global consortium fostering the achievement of business objectives through technology standards. With a diverse membership of over 900 organizations, it includes customers, systems and solutions suppliers, tool vendors, integrators, academics, and consultants across various industries.

Steve Nunn, President and CEO of The Open Group, remarked, “As technology continues to transform the world, open technology standards are becoming increasingly essential. Shell has played a vital role in the work of many Forums of The Open Group, and we are excited to strengthen our partnership with their Platinum Membership. This move underscores the tremendous value of our collaborative efforts.”

Nils Kappeyne, VP Architecture and Data at Shell, expressed delight in expanding their membership with The Open Group and becoming a Platinum Member alongside other leading technology companies. Kappeyne highlighted the significant progress made by the Forums and expressed anticipation for future advancements.

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