IOMAXIS has earned a new level of certification from the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration.
CMMI is a process-level improvement training and appraisal program administered by the CMMI Institute, a subsidiary of ISACA, developed at Carnegie Mellon University. It is required by many U.S. government contracts, especially in software development, and allows companies across several industries to show potential partners they are capable business partners and suppliers.
The appraisal shows a commitment to best practices and process excellence, IOMAXIS said.
“This achievement validates our commitment to delivering the highest standards of systems engineering, project and quality management for our customers,” said Bob Burleson, CEO of IOMAXIS. “Validating our ability to successfully plan and execute large projects and efficiently monitor and control our performance throughout the project lifecycle is critical to meeting our strategic goals and achieving companywide performance targets within our federal and commercial customer markets.”
IOMAXIS was recently appraised at Maturity Level 2, which indicates the organization is performing at a “managed” level, which means processes are planned and executed in accordance with the IOMAXIS Quality Policy, employ skilled personnel with the necessary resources to produce controlled outputs and consistently involve relevant stakeholders in key decisions, and are monitored, controlled and reviewed for adherence to their foundational processes, according to the company’s announcement.