23rd September, 2013
In today’s world when outsourcing for products and services has increased manifold. The need for quality for these products and services has increased as well. And if your organization is not having a process improvement model like CMMI for its product and services, you are likely to be asked by your customers for the one.
So the question is “Shall we go for CMMI on customer’s request?”
The response to this question could be different for different companies, different scenarios and different people. If we analyse it closely then it could be beneficial for your organization to go for CMMI Model implementation and then CMMI SCAMPI Assessment. In this post let us analyse the pros and cons of the CMMI adoption in an organization.
There are few cons for implementing CMMI and some of these are as follows:
There are few pros for implementing CMMI and some of these are as follows:
On the analysis of the above pros and cons we can assume that adopting a Process Improvement Model like CMMI can lead to dramatic improvement in the organization in terms of culture, productivity, customer confidence, costing etc.
So your organization can move towards implementing CMMI Model for process improvement.
We, DQS India, is one of the CMMI Institute Partner and provides CMMI Services suite including services like CMMI Appraisals, CMMI Consulting, CMMI Consultants and CMMI Training. As we are having years of experience and over hundreds of client for CMMI implementations, you can certainly rely on our services.
For inquiries please contacts us –
DQS Certification India Private Limited
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Rajendra is a qualified and certified Lead Appraiser and Instructor for the following :
Rajendra is Lead Assessor for ISO 9001 (QMS), ISO 14001 (EMS), OHSAS 18001 (OHSMS) since 1994
International Automotive Task Force (IATF) approved Lead Assessor for Automotive Standard TS 16949:2009
Lead Assessor for ISO 27001 (ISMS) and ISO 20000-1 (ITSM)
Rajendra has 25 years experience in the industry.