The OpenChain Project proudly announces that Interneuron has an OpenChain Conformant compliance program. Interneuron is a British Community Interest Company (CIC) that exists primarily for the benefit of those in need of health and social care services company, rather than for shareholders. It provides numerous services to different parts of the British National Health Service.
“OpenChain conformance benefits our whole organization – from developers onboarding and releasing their first FOSS products, through to the implementation team building trust and confidence with our customers,” says Matt Conway, CTO of Interneuron. “OpenChain conformance demonstrates to all Interneuron’s commitment to delivering enterprise level open source solutions with quality management and security at the heart of our development processes.”
“Interneuron were invited to attend our OpenChain curriculum based training course “Get it Right with Open Source Software” by NHS Digital’s Code4Health team,” says Martin Callinan, CEO of Source Code Control. “The training helped them understand the value of managing their open source software supply chain. We supported Interneuron through the conformance process and will continue to support them in maintaining conformance. OpenChain is now part of their business as usual software development.”
“The most exciting thing about the OpenChain Standard is how it helps companies of all sizes to contextualize and improve open source compliance,” says Shane Coughlan, OpenChain General Manager. “One of our key goals is to ensure not only that doing so is fast and efficient, but that it also furthers the business goals of every organization. We are delighted with Interneuron’s engagement with the OpenChain community and we are grateful to our partners at Source Code Control for fostering this valuable relationship.”