MilSOFT, the first Turkish firm compliant with CMM Level 3
Defense, Aviation, 2002 -91
MilSOFT Yazilim Teknolojileri A.S achieved
the success of being the first Turkish firm to be certified to CMM
Level 3 after its works
on Capability Maturity Model (CMM) of the American Software
Engineering Institute (SEI) , which has been initiated and managed with
lead and the support of Undersecretariat for Defense Industries.
Turkish Stamp to Software
Star, 22 September 2002
With a reception held in Sheraton, Ankara, MilSOFT
announced her success in entering between the international giants in defense
Turkish Daily News, 21 September 2002
MilSOFT Wins High-Tech Eligibility Title
Turkish software producer
MilSOFT Yazilim Teknolojileri A.S. has been awarded with a level
3 certificate on a capability maturity
model (CCM) scale of five, becoming the first Turkish company
to receive the title from the U.S. Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute, the company said in a press release.
MilSOFT offers advanced-technology solutions in the fields of military
command control systems, build-in systems, simulations, modeling
and information technologies and has produced software for U.S. aviation firm Sikorsky.
CMM is an assessment model
developed through joint efforts of the U.S. federal government
and leading software firms for the purpose
of guiding model software organizations in selecting
process improvement strategies by determining critical points regarding
and process improvement, the firm said. The U.S. Defense
Department, for instance, requires CMM level 3 certificate
for its contractors.
The CMM assessments on MilSOFT have been carried
out during August 26 September 5, the statement said The
firm has worked on CMM since the last quarter of 2000 and developed anc started
to implement CMM
compatible standard processes, created a CMM infrastructure
tfa organizational level through comprehensive personnel training.
The CMM level 3 title puts MilSOFT among world's 150
leading software houses including IBM, Motorola, ATT, Boeing and NASA,
the statement said.