What is IIOM?

The International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM International) is a not for profit organisation that exists to advance the science and practice of Obsolescence Management. It is the organisation exercising its powers through delegation agreements to independent legal entities in the UK and various countries designated as Chapters. IIOM International is dedicated to improving the knowledge and best practice of Obsolescence practitioners through education, networking and process development.

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The Institute is for professionals worldwide who are dedicated to furthering their knowledge and understanding of the Obsolescence Management discipline and who wish to network with a wide group of companies from a global membership.

IIOM Chapters are the means by which IIOM Members can organise local work, events and other activities. IIOM Chapters will be run by a Chapter Council and will have committees as suits their numbers and interests. Chapters will be legal entities in their own country. Members join their local chapter and come from all industry sectors and all levels of the supply chain. Members are both users of components and providers of components and solutions. There are IIOM chapter members are located in thirteen countries around the world.

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Chapter India (OMACI)

The 'Obsolescence Management Association Chapter India (OMACI)', is a professional association registered in India, under the authorization and guidance from IIOM international, UK as an Independent regional chapter. IIOM International control the IIOM brand, Logo and professional development scheme and registration, and authorise IIOM Chapters to operate in defined territories under control of a Delegation Agreement.

OMACI is the authorised IIOM International Chapter for the India. Members will pay subscriptions to their chosen IIOM Chapter which will, in turn, pay an annual Licence Fee to IIOM International.