When you’re just a week away from your release date, there’s nothing worse than a late-breaking bug. Just ask Apple who had to delay the release of their watchOS 2 because of a last-minute problem.
We are delighted to confirm that our TMMi assessment method has been re-accredited by the TMMi Foundation. This is the third version of our method, which was one of the first to get TMMi accreditation back in September 2008. The latest version includes the updates introduced to the framework and approach by the TMMi Foundation.
This includes aspects such as: refining the scoring of assessments to allow some areas to be scored as ‘largely’ yet still enable certification to be granted and a better definition of how many projects need to be included in a certification assessment.
The method is used by our TMMi accredited consultants and licensed to organisations worldwide to help them conduct test process improvement activity and TMMi assessment/certifications internally or for their clients.
Our assessment services has been instrumental in saving organisations up to 30% of their project costs.
For more information on TMMi training and licensing opportunities please contact us.
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