Pat Neven on iGov’s CMMI Accomplishment

iGov has claimed the Software Engineering Institute’s (SEI) Standard Capability Maturity Model – Integration for Development (CMMI(R))(Appraisal Method for Process Improvement – SCAMPI(SM)) Class A CMMI-Development Maturity Level 3 rating.

“We’re pleased to add the CMMI Level 3 rating to our existing ISO 9001:2008 registration, ” said Patrick Neven, iGov CEO. “Our goal in attaining the CMMI Level 3 rating was to ensure that quality continues to define our organization, our processes and engineering capabilities, as well as the services that we provide our customers. As technology continues to proliferate, it is more important than ever for companies today to select a technology partner that not only has breadth of experience, but also holds their development processes to the highest standards.”

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