EDS gains CMM accreditation

First local company to achieve Carnegie Mellon's yardstick

EDS has become the first company in New Zealand to be awarded the Capability Maturity Model (CMM) accreditation for software development by Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute.

A CMM accreditation formally recognises best practices in project management and software engineering processes and procedures. CMM is the internationally-recognised standard of application development created by the Software Engineering Institute under the auspices of the United States federal government. CMM allows organisations to move through five levels of accreditation, with Level 5 being the highest. EDS has been awarded Level 3 accreditation,

The EDS assessment involved an international team of assessors, a review of more than 3500 documents, tool demonstrations and in-depth discussions with project managers, software practitioners and the local EDS management team.

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