CMMI is a process improvement model used to improve an organization’s ability to manage project activities towards success. Today it is the defining standard in the industry for software and systems development and management.
A Level 5 CMMI rating provides the highest recognition to an organization’s software and systems engineering processes. It establishes the company as a quality provider of systems engineering, software engineering and IT services.
Further it enhances the organization’s ability to predict cost, schedule, performance, and quality of product and contributes significantly towards reducing risks in project execution. Level 5 is the highest level an organization can attain in the CMMI framework and implies that the business processes are continuously optimizing.
CMMI integrates systems and software disciplines into one process maturity framework, thereby shifting the focus to the end product and the associated processes. HTSL is a SCAMPI 'A' appraised organization in all the 4 disciplines of Software, Systems, Sourcing and Integrated Process and Project Management. Achieving SEI CMMI Level 5 acknowledges HTSL's ability to set process improvement goals and priorities, and reiterates the maturity of its existing quality processes in developing value-added products and services.