Monday, May 27, 2024

Indra Takes Development Of Transport & Defence Solutions To Its Highest Level Of Efficiency & Quality With A CMMI Rating Of 5

By Staff Correspondent

Indra, one of the leading global technology and consulting companies, has been recognised by the CMMI Institute, a worldwide benchmark that endorses the quality and application of best practices in software engineering and development, with a level five for maturity, which distinguishes those companies that show the highest level of efficiency in their processes. The company thus guarantees the highest quality levels in the critical systems of transport and defence that it delivers to countries around the world.

Indra’s three transport and defence software development centres in Seville and Malaga have passed one of the most demanding evaluation models in existence, designed by the CMMI Institute and promoted by the U.S. Department of Defence, the U.S. National Defence Industry and the Carnegie Mellon Institute of Electronic Engineering.

It is an evaluation and continuous improvement focused model of software development processes and management of projects and organisations. Level five is the highest one possible and only a small group of leading companies in the high-tech, banking and health care sectors worldwide have this rating.

The CMMI assessment has led to an in-depth review of each of the organisational, management, engineering and development processes at these three centres. The company has systematised planning, monitoring and control of each project to the maximum extent possible.

It has also been reviewed to ensure that best practices are followed in the customer relationship, joint decision-making and analysis of the situations that allow lessons to be learned and detect opportunities for improvement. All processes are measured and analysed following different statistical models, in order to compare them, implement improvements and measure them again.

In this way, the company achieves a continuous improvement of efficiency levels in each of its projects, providing customers with the level of quality they demand and guaranteeing that their systems will always perform as expected. This ensures that systems critical to aircraft safety, air, road or rail traffic management or protection of a country, operate with no margin for error.

It is not only about getting systems to achieve this level of reliability; project management also often requires meeting tight deadlines, adapting solutions to customers’ specific needs, and running them in places where they have never been tested before. In these cases, the best formula for success is the systematisation of processes.

In obtaining CMMI level five qualification, these three Indra software development centres are aligned with the application of Security Solutions at Indra’s Excellence Center in León (Spain), and the company’s Air Traffic Management Systems. It is a model that sets Indra apart from other companies and makes the difference when competing for the most demanding, high-value contracts.


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