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QUALISYS Consulting adopts a policy of continuous training of its consultants through its involvement in the work and research carried out by the various organizations, associations and professional institutes of reference to which its members belong.
ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association)
ISACA is a global association committed to the development of leading practices in information systems. It offers 4 internationally recognized certifications (CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC) in the areas of IT audit, security, governance and risk

PMI (Project Management Institute)
Project Management Institute (PMI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to training project managers and other project professionals to enable them to succeed in a project-driven industry. PMI aims to continue to provide resources to project managers around the world to improve their skills.

IIBA (International Institute of Business Analysis)
International Institute of Business Analysis™ (IIBA®) offers recognition programs and certifications to help you enhance your skills, profile your knowledge and abilities and subsequently build your career in today's competitive market. today.

PECB (Professional Evaluation and Certification Board)
PECB is a certification body that offers education services and certification of people according to the ISO/IEC 17024 standard, in a wide range of international disciplines.

ASQ (American Society for Quality)
The American Society for Quality (ASQ) is a nonprofit educational organization with 144,000 members interested in quality improvement. Founded in 1946, the ASQ defines quality as "all the characteristics of a product or service which influence its ability to meet given needs".

OMG (Object Management Group)
The OMG is an international standards organization. Since 1989, it has been developing and managing standards in various disciplines and fields such as software development, systems engineering, MDM, finance, authorities, healthcare, robotics and many more.

ITSMF (IT Service Management Forum)
itSMF is committed to promoting best practices in IT Service Management and has a keen interest in the international standard ISO/IEC 20000. itSMF publishes books covering various aspects of Service Management through an approval process as part of the itSMF library .

EXIN (Examination Institute for Information Science)
EXIN is a Dutch company that certifies IT professionals worldwide. In addition, EXIN accredits organizations (training and examination) in the field of ICT training and the development of ICT training materials.

BPMI (Business Process Management Initiative)
Founded in August 2000, the Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI) is a non-profit organization whose objective is to promote the standardization of common business processes, in order to encourage the development of electronic commerce and business-to-business commerce .

Aficta Africa Information & Communication Technologies Alliance ( AfICTA ) is a private sector-led alliance that brings together ICT associations, multinational corporations, businesses, organizations and individuals in the ICT sector in Africa.

Technical or development partners 
You wish to collaborate with us to mobilize financial or technical resources, coordinate activities, strengthen local capacities, promote community participation and ensure the monitoring and evaluation of development programs, please contact us  
Technical or development partners 
Smart Africa is a bold and innovative commitment by African Heads of State and Government to accelerate sustainable socio-economic development on the continent, support Africa towards the knowledge economy through affordable access to high internet throughput and use of information and communications technology.
DIAL's mission is to provide accessible financial services adapted to the needs of populations excluded from the traditional financial system in developing countries. To achieve this objective, DIAL works in partnership with local financial institutions to strengthen their capacity to offer financial products and services adapted to the needs of their clientele. DIAL also provides technical assistance and management support to help these institutions improve their efficiency and profitability. By working with local partners, DIAL aims to strengthen local economies and reduce poverty in the countries where it operates.

FIIAPP's mission is to strengthen the institutional and administrative capacities of partner countries to promote sustainable development and good governance. To achieve this objective, FIIAPP works in partnership with public and private institutions in partner countries to design and implement technical cooperation projects in different areas such as justice, security, environment, health, education, agriculture, among others. FIIAPP also provides technical assistance and management support to help partner institutions improve their efficiency and profitability. By working with local partners, FIIAPP aims to strengthen institutional capacities and promote sustainable development in the countries where it operates.

The AFCTCA is an African intergovernmental organization which aims to create a single market for goods and services in Africa. The AFCTCA's objective is to boost intra-African trade by eliminating tariff and non-tariff barriers, facilitating the free movement of people and goods, promoting investment and enhancing the competitiveness of African businesses. The AFCTCA also aims to promote Africa's economic development by creating jobs, increasing African exports and attracting foreign investment. To achieve these goals, the AFCTCA works closely with African governments, regional organizations, the private sector and civil society to ensure effective implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.

UNECA (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa) is a United Nations organization that works on economic and development issues in Africa. UNECA's mission is to promote economic and social development in Africa, with a focus on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the African Union's Agenda 2063. To achieve this objective, UNECA provides economic analysis and policy advice to governments and development partners in Africa. UNECA also works to build the capacity of African governments to develop and implement effective economic and social policies, promote regional cooperation and mobilize resources for sustainable development in Africa. In addition, UNECA plays an important role in promoting intra-African trade and in establishing a single market for goods and services in Africa.

 Commercial Partners 
Business Partners help the firm identify new business opportunities, develop lasting business relationships, access new markets or innovative technologies, and build the firm's capabilities in specific areas . We work with a set of technical and/or commercial partners in certain countries where we are quite active and where we do not have an office or official headquarters (Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Canada, Guinea, UAE, Congo, Gabon, Mauritania, Niger, Ivory Coast…). You want to work with us as a business partner, please contact us