Ulfix Software Factory appraised at CMMI Level 3

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Ulfix Software Factory appraised at CMMI Level 3

At Ulfix our mission is to deliver secure software through global DevOps and agile culture. That’s why we’re proud to announce that today it has been appraised at level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)®. The appraisal was performed by Kernel Servicios en Informática S.A. de C.V.

CMMI is a capability improvement framework that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improve their performance

What our maturity level means for you?


An appraisal at maturity level 3 indicates the organization is performing at a “defined” level. At this level, processes are well characterized and understood, and are described in standards, procedures, tools, and methods.

The organization’s set of standard processes, which is the basis for maturity level 3, is established and improved over time.

Processes

Our work and processes have received the highest form of third-party validation.

Practices

We manage projects with an established set of agile practices globally adopted by the industry such as Scrum and DevOps.

Improvement

We’re dedicated to continuous improvement and producing great products that makes a difference.

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Outpacing the Competition

Capability is the key to staying ahead of rapidly evolving expectations.

Now more than ever, organizations must deliver above and beyond customer expectations and find new ways to stand out and stay competitive in a continually evolving, always challenging environment.

When a company’s distinctive capabilities are clearly defined, they can move their business forward with a precise strategy and purpose, positioning themselves to respond to events, solve problems, and implement change faster and more efficiently than their competitors

Learn more about capability in the white paper, “Thriving in the Age of Disruption.”

The essence of strategy is not the structure of the company’s products and markets but the dynamics of its behavior … the building blocks of strategy are not products and markets, but business processes.

George Stalk, Harvard Business Review

We look forward to putting our proven dedication to excellence to work for you.

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