Revenera, a company with more than three decades of history in software licensing and compliance, has adopted OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230 for managing open source license compliance. OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230 is the International Standard for open source license compliance, and is supported by a global community spanning multiple continents.
“The OpenChain Project has established a set of requirements for a comprehensive open source management program. By applying OpenChain standards, Revenera is able to demonstrate our shared commitment to increasing trust and transparency in open source software usage,” said Alex Rybak, Director of Product Management at Revenera. “As a provider of solutions that help organizations manage their software supply chain, Revenera is honored to lead by example by being OpenChain Conformant.”
“The pervasive nature of open source means that many companies specializing in the use of open source are users themselves,” says Shane Coughlan, OpenChain General Manager. “Revenera is an example of a company both experienced in the management of open source and simultaneously being a consumer of this type of technology. Their adoption of OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230 is a simple, clear statement of their commitment to supporting the key requirements of quality open source compliance programs.”
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About the OpenChain Project
The OpenChain Project maintains the International Standard for open source license compliance. This allows companies of all sizes and in all sectors to adopt the key requirements of a quality open source compliance program. This is an open standard and all parties are welcome to engage with our community, to share their knowledge, and to contribute to the future of our standard.
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