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Introduction to CMMI® for Development with CMMI® for Services Supplement

Whether your business is developing high-tech systems, consumer software, or IT hardware, you want to ensure the highest quality product reaches your customer on time. This course will teach you how to use the CMMI for Development to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, and quality of product development work in your organization.

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Location

Wibas GmbH
Otto-Hesse-Str. 19B
64293 Darmstadt
Germany

Date & Time

2017-10-18 – 2017-10-20
9:30am-5:00pm

Presented By

Wibas GmbH

Prof. Dr. Urs Andelfinger is a certified CMMI-Professional and certified CMMI-DEV / SVC-instructor. He is a lecturer for Software Engineering at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. He also consults organizations in the fields of CMMI-based Process Improvement, IT-Governance with COBIT and Change Management. He is specialized in topics like systems thinking and combining CMMI with Agile.

Instructor: Prof. Dr. Urs Andelfinger (urs.andelfinger@t-online.de)

Instructor

Prof. Dr. Urs Andelfinger

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