Panel has once again successfully completed the evaluation in the integrated model of CMMI DEV SVC v.2.0. at maturity level 3, for projects of Software Development, Software Maintenance Services, and Software Quality Assurance Services, renewing this accreditation for two more years.
CMMi model is an organized set of best practices for improving business and organizational performance. It provides a guide, a roadmap towards disciplined and consistent processes that allow to achieve business objectives related to performance, quality, cost, time and functionality.
Panel has been accredited in the CMMi model for Development since 2011, but already in 2020 the accreditation represented a double challenge: evaluate ourselves simultaneously in the CMMi models for Software Development and for the provision of Services. Version 2.0 of the model unifies the separate CMMi models, through an integrated and holistic approach to improving the performance of organizations, allowing them to focus on the areas of improvement that they consider most relevant to the performance of their business. In other words, the three "old" constellations are unified into one, evolving the model towards a better adaptation to the business of organizations.
Our OGMA® methodology for Project Management, based on the best agile software development practices for software Life Cycle management, and accredited in this CMMi model, it is defined as adaptive, providing the necessary balance in real projects. In this way, the integration in OGMA® of these different models of good practices, appropriately combined according to the nature of the project, allow us to guarantee the highest quality of the final product and the satisfactory delivery of the expected value.
Therefore, this double CMMi DEV and SVC accreditation establishes, irrefutably, the Panel's commitment to ensure contribution to business performance for our Development services, Software maintenance, and Quality assurance, by providing effective, predictable and result-committed services. We consider that in areas of maximum demand such as current markets, it is crucial for our clients to have mature suppliers, both in their knowledge, specialization and work methodology, as well as in the certification of their practices.