ISSN: 1391 - 0531
Sunday March 23, 2008
Vol. 42 - No 43
Financial Times  

Aeturnum gets funding for CMMI certification

Aeturnum Lanka, after a year of operations in Sri Lanka, has been granted funding from ICT Sri Lanka to implement Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). Aeturnum plans to achieve CMMI Level 3 by 4th quarter 2008. The highest CMMI certification is Level 5.

The CMMI of the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is an internationally recognized standard for assessing software development practices. Adoption of CMMI framework will further demonstrate Aeturnum’s continuing efforts to maintain the highest quality standards and successfully deliver measurable business benefits to all their clients, the company said in a statement. The certification will provide Aeturnum with a framework of processes and procedures to ensure that their project management team applies effective and efficient methods to their solutions offered to their clients.

“The knowledge gained from this exercise would be used to take this achievement as a starting point for other process improvement initiatives,” said Niranka Tharesh Perera, Manager - Marketing and Corporate Communications, Aeturnum Lanka.

Aeturnum Lanka works with independent software engineers in the US using ‘cutting edge’ technologies. With operations growing at a rate of 135 %, the company’s success lies in the close relationships maintained between each employee and their customer. “No one is a number at Aeturnum,” says Perera.

Aeturnum Inc, headquartered in Westford, MA has been providing software development and IT consulting services to North America since 2001 and initiated operations in Sri Lanka in November 2006 as a part of its global expansion initiative.


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