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KPIT achieves SEI-CMMI Level 5

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NEW DELHI: KPIT

Cummins Infosystems Ltd
has been assessed at SEI-CMMI Level 5, the company

said.

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According to a statement issued here, all KPIT centres across Pune (Hinjewadi,

Tejas, Technova) and Bangalore (VLSI Centre) are now SEI-CMMI Level 5 compliant.

CMMI Level 5 signifies successful application of government and industry best

practices to a company's management and engineering operations. Essentially a

process improvement framework, it helps an organization implement industry best

practices within the software development life cycle.

This results in enhanced performance of all projects in terms of

predictability, efficiency and quality.

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Santhanakrishnan Srinivasan, CMMI, lead appraiser from QAI India Ltd, led the

team and conducted the appraisal using SCAMPI (Standard CMMI Appraisal Method

for Process Improvement) methodology.

KPIT Cummins has adopted practices from CMMI SE/SW V 1.1 (Staged

Representation).

Girish Wardadkar, president and executive director, KPIT, said, "This

certification will result in a number of benefits for our customers such as more

efficient project management and risk reduction, improved productivity, a

shortened software development cycle, lesser overruns of time and cost,

predicatbility, reliability and repeatability of processes.”

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