Systematic achieves highest CMMI certification level  

2005.11.14
Systematic Software Engineering has become the first Danish company to have been certified to CMMI level 5, the highest internationally recognized quality mark for software companies

Systematic Software Engineering, an Aarhus based supplier of mission critical IT solutions for the defence and healthcare areas, is the first Danish company to have been certified to CMMI level 5, the highest internationally recognized quality mark for software companies. Worldwide only 130 companies have achieved this level, and out of these, five are European including Systematic.

CCMI is the leading internationally model for appraising the maturity of software companies. It has been developed by the Software Engineering Institute, Pennsylvania. Kent Johnson, lead assessor at Borland says: "I consider Systematic's work with process improvement to be world class". The Danish software company achieved level 3 in 2002, level 4 in 2004 and now level 5 in 2005.

Michael Holm, managing director of Systematic Software Engineering, comments: "CCMI is primarily intended to reduce customer risk when choosing a supplier of complex IT solutions. Customers should be able to rely on getting maximum value for money when initiating large, complex development projects. The maturity appraisals give customers a chance to see whether suppliers can manage such large projects". The news was reported by Computerworld and on Systematic's website.

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