ICTAA™ Business Accreditation is as simple as 1, 2, 3…
The process is simple, and can be delegated to staff or a Virtual/Personal Assistant. You can work your way through the workbook as fast or as slow as you want within your allocated 12 weeks.
One size definitely does not fit all when it comes to ICT. As such, ICTAA™ has divided Business Accreditations according to business size for core modules, and industry and technology needs as add-ons. These core categories are:
- Owner operators
- Ideal for small teams
- Small & Home office
- With our without a server
- Up to 20 team members
- Server in use
- Typically one office
- Scheduled for release October 2015
- Up to 100 team members
- Server(s) in use
- Multiple offices
- Scheduled for release February 2016
- Over 100 team members
- Multiple servers in use
- Multiple offices and sites
- Scheduled for release April 2016
In addition to business size categories, industry specific categories will be released in the near future. For example medical industry, finance industry, professional services, etc.
Specific Technology Needs
To cater for the situation where a business has an additional specific ICT complexity, “Add-on Accreditations” will also become available. These may include Server, VoIP and Phone System, Ecommerce, Website, Mobility, Identity Management and Security, Governance, etc.
Business Accreditation Levels
The ICTAA™ Accreditation Framework offers three different accreditation levels for each business size category. These are;
- This is for the business who wants to be confident that they know ‘who’s who’ and ‘what’s where’ for their ICT systems. Level 1 is mandatory for all categories.
- This is for the business who wants to work smarter and effectively use their ICT to increase productivity. Level 2 incorporates all of the Level 1 Assessment.
- This is for the business who wants to establish solid risk mitigation strategies for their ICT systems. Level 3 incorporates all of the Level 1 and 2 Assessment.