Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and OutSystems
Lisbon, Portugal - 03 November 2004
OutSystems has announced a cooperation project with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the MIT Sloan School of Management.
OutSystems was chosen by MIT Sloan School of Management for a research project regarding the North-American IT market. During 4 months a team of 4 MIT students will create a report to understand the dynamics of OutSystems and its innovative technology.
The objective of this report is to identify how OutSystems technology can be used by companies to increase their flexibility in delivering information systems to support business processes.
This project reinforces out investment in the cooperation between our company and institutions like MIT. We are honored for having been selected by MIT as an international case study and also to have the opportunity to have an extraordinary people of MIT people working together with us” Paulo Rosado, OutSystems CEO.
OutSystems had already been selected in 2003 by Fortune magazine as one of the 6 most promising start-ups worldwide. This project reinforces OutSystems importance and visibility as an international key player in the technology arena.
About MIT SLOAN School of Management
MIT Sloan School of Management, based in Cambridge-Masschusetts (USA) is one of the world’s most pretigious business schools, delivering research projects and providing management education to top students from over 60 countries. MIT is recongnized worldwide for the excellency of its students, professors and staff.