NESSI Vision

  • to enable the software and services sector help vitalize the great potential of the European economy and society.
  • to gather partners and members from all over Europe, both from industry and academia, and engages in close dialogue with the European Commission and other stakeholders on several topics of specific relevance to NESSI - such as Big Data Value, Cloud Computing and Software Engineering. 

NESSI Mission

  • provide thought leadership in Europe on the convergence of the networks of data, things and services and the transformation into a new digital society, on the technological and socio-economic implications, and on the consequent business opportunities;
  • drive convergence and transformation by strengthening and advancing the software and service-based economies in Europe; and
  • stimulate the creation of ecosystems around software, services, and data; and
  • provide visionary, comprehensive input to the European Commission, thereby shaping the European research and innovation agenda

Who can join NESSI?

Membership is free and open to organisations that meet following criteria:

  • being a legally established corporation, individual firm, partnership, university or research institution (further referred to as organization);
  • making a statement of support for the mission and vision of NESSI through a provided Letter of Intent; and
  • belonging to one of the following four categories: ICT SME (in accordance with EC rules on SME definition), ICT Large, Academic & Research, Users

Working Fields

  • Software
  • Services
  • Data

Members

With over 800 individuals representing over 450 member organisations, NESSI unites a large community from industry, research and academia. Some leading members are as follows:

Answare, ATC, Atos, Engineering, IBM, Indra, Intel, IT, Nokai, Orange, SAP, Siemens, Sintef, Software, Thales, VTT

Turkish Members of NESSI

Arçelik, Cabot Yazilim, Dataport, Havelsan, Kampüs Bilişim, KoçSistem, Sampaş, Tages, Türk telekom, Turkcell, YASAD

How can be a member of NESSI

Membership is free and open to organisations that meet following criteria:

  • being a legally established corporation, individual firm, partnership, university or research institution (further referred to as organization);
  • making a statement of support for the mission and vision of NESSI through a provided Letter of Intent; and
  • belonging to one of the following four categories: ICT SME (in accordance with EC rules on SME definition), ICT Large, Academic & Research, Users

NESSI Roadmap Elements

  • Quality in cloud-based heterogeneous service scenarios
  • Services benefiting from Programmable Networks
  • Service usage in a fast changing business world
  • Collaborative Service Engineering based on convergence of software and data
  • New ways to increase software performance and energy-efficiency
  • Integration of Big Data Analytics into Business processes
  • Trust and security for global digital infrastructures and services

Detailed Information

Information provided through this page is compiled from NESSI European Technology Platform's online documents, for further information please visit NESSI European Technology Platform's website.