This is a work in progress.
See https://talk.openmrs.org/t/service-provider-program-draft-definition-and-terms/12865 for the current status.
OpenMRS encourages organizations and consultants to grow their business by becoming service providers of technical, implementation, and maintenance support of OpenMRS products. Implementers around the world consistently come to OpenMRS in search of expert help with their implementations. We've created an OpenMRS Service Provider program to begin offering a list of resources that are available for these implementers to contact directly in order to find an appropriate fit to meet their needs.
An OpenMRS Service Provider is an organization that has the commitment and capacity to perform software development, advising, training, and/or implementation work using and promoting products in the OpenMRS ecosystem.
|Name||Services Offered||Region Served||Description||Contact Information||Documented Experience|
|LOGO||Service Provider Name|
|Briefly describe what you do around OpenMRS (~50 words)||Name and email|
Link to white paper
Startup service providers are those that do NOT yet have documented experience on projects in their services offered, but they are making a self-attested commitment to using and promoting OpenMRS products.
|Name||Services Offered||Region Served||Description||Contact Information|
To join the Service Provider program, and list yourself on this page you must agree to:
We reserve the right to remove any Service Provider from the program who is non-responsive, or who receives excessive complaints regarding service.
You must have documented projects in the area(s) you are listing yourself as providing service for. Documented means: publicly available case study, white paper, presentation or slides, or a project website. These are examples, but other similar publicly available documentation is acceptable.
It takes a (self-attested) commitment to using and promoting OpenMRS products.
Are you an implementer or funder who is having trouble accessing a Service Provider's contact that is listed on this wiki page? Post your questions on OpenMRS Talk on in the #implementing:service-providers category.