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Objective awarded US Defence Certification

  • 11 May, 2004 09:30

<p>Leading enterprise content management (ECM) company, Objective Corporation (ASX:OCL), today announced that its records management application had been tested and certified by the US Department of Defence (DOD) against the military records management specification, US DOD 5015.2-STD.</p>
<p>The specification defines exhaustive requirements based on operational, regulatory and legal needs that must be met by Records Management Application (RMA) software used by the DOD and related agencies.</p>
<p>“Government and business organisations world-wide face increasingly stringent security compliance requirements in the area of records management,” said Mr Walls, CEO Asia Pacific, Objective Corporation.</p>
<p>“Where compliance with DOD 5015.2 is mandatory for RMAs in US Defence organisations, the standard is increasingly being adopted throughout government generally and by private sector companies.</p>
<p>“The achievement of this certification is an illustration of Objective’s commitment to customers operating in high security environments in defence, law enforcement and intelligence agencies.</p>
<p>“As the company expands its international footprint, compliance with key international standards for records management will continue to be crucial in gaining new customers,” said Mr Walls.</p>
<p>This is the second time Objective has achieved DOD 5015.2 certification. The standard’s requirements have evolved since Objective’s initial certification in 2000.</p>
<p>“Objective continues to invest in research and development and release products that comply with standards as they emerge and evolve. DOD 5015.2 certification is a demonstration of our strong commitment to compliance to international standards for records management and enterprise content management more broadly,” said Mr Walls.</p>

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