It said the scheme was based on a 'best of breed' concept. Software products undergo a 'reviewed and recommended' process, examined against twenty benchmark criteria. The review will act as a guide to the purchase of software and training. AIA added that the scheme was extremely thorough, covering many requirements of the end user, no matter how big or small the organisation.The scheme will be introduced in phases from November 1.Reviews and summary information will be made publicly available toall those with access to the Internet, not just AIA members.The product reviews will be available to download from the current AIA website, http:www.a-i-a.org.uk, next week. Following the launch of the AIA's new website in January 2000, the information will also be featured in a points ratedreference grid. The review information will be updated on an ongoing basisallowing for any product enhancement that may take place in the future.
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