Recently, after a series of rigorous reviews and evaluations, iSoftStone successfully passed the blue riband CMMI-DEV V2.0 Level 5 certification (hereinafter referred to as "CMMI V2.0”) in the global software field. This indicates that iSoftStone has reached the advanced level of optimized management in terms of software R&D capability, process organization capability, project management capability, and solution delivery capability, and can provide customers with more mature and better products and services. This time, iSoftStone renewed the certification after winning the CMMI V1.1 Level 5 certification in 2006 for the first time.
CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) is a proven set of standards widely adopted around the world to measure the capability maturity and project management skills of a software enterprise. In October 2020, CMMI announced that CMMI V2.0 will completely replace V1.3 worldwide to the challenges of an ever-changing global business landscape. Version V2.0 is a globally recognized best practice process improvement model for software, product, and system development, which can help a company improve its overall R&D performance, improve customer satisfaction, and ensure that the company maintains its industry leadership in terms of R&D and quality.
As a leading software and information technology service provider in China, iSoftStone was among the first ones to be awarded the highest-level qualifications of CMMI V2.0 new system in China. This means that iSoftStone has strong capability in software engineering process, quality management, and system integration and can provide customers with more mature industry solutions and higher quality products and services. At the same time, it also lays a solid technical foundation for the continuous innovation and upgrading of the company's products.
In the future, iSoftStone will continue to center on customers and lead the development of software R&D industry through technological innovations and theoretical breakthroughs. At the same time, it will rely on digital technologies to bring fresh impetus to customers, create new value and help customers bridge the "digital divide".