InnoWave achieve level 3 software development certification from CMMI Institute
InnoWave have received level 3 certification in software development from the CMMI Institute; an achievement that places the company alongside a select group of elite international companies.
Lisbon, March 3, 2017 - InnoWave have recently received the CMMI Institute's level 3 certification for software development; a significant certification that recognizes the company’s quality of development, depth of monitoring and validation, and overall evaluation of obtained results.
«This approval is the culmination of a year of hard work and dedication to consolidating the processes that support software development at InnoWave», explains Pedro Pinto, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of InnoWave Technologies.
«We are incredibly proud of this achievement as not only does it recognize the excellence in delivery and quality that InnoWave strives to provide, but it will also further enable us to bring an even higher level of quality and even better solutions to InnoWave customers» adds Pinto.
Furthermore, «the certification also enhances the quality of the software InnoWave is able to develop, from both a product and project standpoint, reducing development time and cost of bug fixes» Pedro Pinto informs us.
Given the international prestige of the CMMI Institute, this certification will help to position InnoWave alongside a narrow channel of elite companies of excellence internationally.
«More importantly, we will continue to focus on the methodologies, standards and processes that guarantee the highest quality and satisfaction, not only for our customers, but also for InnoWavers», says Pedro Pinto.
So, what does the future hold for InnoWave following this milestone? Pinto informs us that «they will both focus on consolidating the processes already in place that helped achieve this certification, as well as evaluating new certifications, not only in the area of software quality, but also in other cross-cutting areas such as security and social responsibility».