Project Management Institute (PMI) and Oracle Construction and Engineering announced a collaboration that will allow them to pool their respective capabilities to deliver thought leadership, best practices, and tools created exclusively for professionals in the construction and asset-intensive sectors.
The non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) executed between Oracle and PMI is intended to begin with the integration of Oracle resources into the existing coursework for the Construction Professional in Built Environment Projects (PMI-CP)™, a capstone certification which leverages best practices from the construction industry, construction industry organizations, and construction industry experts across the world. As a top contributor to construction research initiatives, Oracle leverages industry best practices as part of their digital technology product development efforts.
Additionally, PMI and Oracle plan to participate in joint events, webinars, and roundtables bringing together industry leaders and experts to address challenges within the construction and asset-intensive sectors. This collaboration also is intended to deliver PMI programs and trainings to Oracle employees, and apply PMI best practices to configuration templates in the Oracle Smart Construction Platform. For more, visit www.pmi.org.