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Software Process Improvement Services
Whether or not you have a specific goal in mind, such as the next Capability Maturity Model level or training your software practitioners in the Personal Software ProcessSM, we can help you achieve better business performance.

An Opportunity
Effective ways to improve the process of software and systems development and management are here.   Companies seriously engaged in engineering process improvement are seeing major payoffs.  Systematically, they are turning around their quality, cost, and schedule problems.

A Challenge
Ultimately, continuous process improvement will be a standard part of every significant software enterprise.  Organizations  that do not adopt it will not survive.   Those that embrace it will have a tremendous competitive advantage.  The challenge to management is to take immediate and appropriate action.

How Davis Systems Helps
Davis Systems helps organizations identify, plan, implement, and monitor the needed process improvements.  We focus on  key process areas, such as:

  • Project management
  • Requirements management
  • Quality assurance
  • Configuration management
  • Peer reviews
  • Subcontract management
  • Product engineering
  • Intergroup coordination
  • Process definition

Our Strength
Our strength comes from many years of applying process improvement principles in the real world, plus rich hands-on software development experience. We have learned what works and what does not work both technically and sociologically in a development organization. Our improvement methods are validated by our "lessons learned."

 

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(SM) Personal Software Process is a service mark of Carnegie Mellon University
CMM and Capability Maturity Model are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by Carnegie Mellon University