- Fees / Price TBA
- Duration 1 Day
- Locations Smart Village, ITIDA Building - B121, Cairo/Alex. Desert Road, K28, Giza, Egypt, 12577
This course introduces service providers, appraisal team members, and process group members to CMMI®fundamental concepts related to service delivery. The CMMI® for Services (CMMI®-SVC) model defines effective practices that ensure quality services are delivered to customers and end users. Some types of services that would benefit from using CMMI®-SVC include operations, logistics, maintenance, IT, and many other services in government and industry. The course is composed of lectures and class exercises with ample opportunity for participant questions and discussions. After attending the course, participants will be able to describe the CMMI®-SVC model, discuss the model’s process areas, and locate relevant information in the model.
This course, combined with the Introduction to CMMI® for Development, fulfills the prerequisite for any course or role requiring an official introductory CMMI®for Services course. It is designed for professionals who have already taken Introduction to CMMI® for Development. The three-day Introduction to CMMI® for Services is recommended for those who have not yet taken an introductory course.
Successful completion of this course enables participants to do the following:
- Understand how CMMI®-SVC can help a services organization improve their performance
- Describe the unique elements of CMMI®-SVC
- Locate information in the CMMI®-SVC model
The Software Engineering Competence Center (SECC) is an Egyptian leading ICT organization aiming at bridging the gap between the technologies needed to overcome the economical-social-environmental challenges and the current existing technologies.
In , the Software Engineering Competence Center (SECC) was inaugurated as part of the efforts sponsored by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) to support Information Technology Industry in Egypt.See all Software Engineering Competence Centre courses