With CORE’s platform, training and consultants we were able to succeed in a short time and gain a level of understanding and structure we otherwise would never have been able to accomplish.
– Anne Mills on BirdEye
C&C International was indeed very pleased with the Core training we’ve recently received. Suzanne Weber-Smartko and Norman Verbeck provided very good support and direction. We are very much satisfied with CORE.
– Bill James on Google
CMMI version 3.0 Update coming 1 Qtr 2024
Maturity Level 2 is now defined as all Practice Areas (PAs) at Capability Level 2; this is a major change in philosophy. Supplier Agreement Management has two additional practices for supplier selection (from a previous model version) The new PAs are available upon request. Just email us for an updated chart of CMMI version 2 vs version 3 Practice Areas. All the other Practice Areas in the Development and Services model remain unchanged apart from some minor wording updates.
What is the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)?
Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) is a proven set of global best practices that address key capabilities and common business challenges. This standard deals with a range of topics, such as quality, engineering, business planning, resilience, workforce management, and more. CMMI helps you understand your capability in the context of your own objectives and industry best practices.
The CMMI was created by the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University as a procedure improvement for tasks, divisions, or associations.
CMMI certification is not a certification, but an appraisal of an organization or business based on the maturity level of its processes. Your organization can be appraised at five different maturity levels: initial, managed, defined, quantitatively managed, or optimizing. The most common levels are Maturity Level 2 (Managed) or Maturity Level 3 (Defined).