Alejandro Ramirez

Governance, Architecture & QA Leader, Ultrasist



Alejandro Ramirez graduated in Computer Engineer with a Masters Degree in Software Engineer at Universidad Nacional Autinoma de Mexico (UNAM). He has been developing software over 15 years. He is responsible for the governance and architecture of the development projects at Ultrasist. He has also been responsible of the engineering process areas and part of the metrics team at the process group at Ultrasist. He also participated in the evaluation team at SCAMPI for the achievement of CMMI ML4 and CMMI ML5 DEV and SVC Constellations at Ultrasist.

Track: Integrated Solutions

Presentation Title: How to avoid fads and start improving your capability?

Presentation Summary: Ultrasist has been a high maturity software factory since 2004 (SW-CMM ML 4 and the CMMI DEV and SVC ML 5). Through all those years, we have face the challenge to constantly improve our capability in terms of business value, product quality and process performance. There are more than 21,544 ISO standards, plus additional models, bodies of knowledge and methods that are constantly evolving. In this presentation we will show how the systematic and incremental addition of a set of specific standards have helped us to fill the gaps in our CMMI adoption journey.


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