Vee Technologiesappraised at CMMi maturity level 3

PTI | Bengalu | Updated: 16-07-2019 15:01 IST | Created: 16-07-2019 15:01 IST
Vee Technologiesappraised at CMMi maturity level 3

The Salem and Chennai facilities of global strategic services firm Vee Technologies focused on Analytics and Software Development has been appraised at CMMi maturity level 3, considered a global standard for efficiency, the company said Tuesday. The appraisal was done by QAI Global Institute, it said.

With this assessment Vee Technologies Salem facility becomes the first software development unit in the Tamil Nadu textiles hub to be appraised, it said in a release here. CMMi, a capability improvement framework, provides essential elements of effective processes that help improve performance of organisations.

Bengaluru and New York headquartered Vee Technologies offers Healthcare and Engineering Global Services through its dedicated development centres in Bengaluru, Chennai, Salem and Pennsylvania, USA. It has integrated healthcare analytics, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), and Revenue Cycle Management with services offerings for the health-care industry.

The CMMi assessment will motivate our team to innovate further and strengthen processes to deliver IT solutions combined with our proven quality service to our global customers, founder and CEO of Vee Technologies Chocko Valliappa said..

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