Virtusa's Chennai centre wins CMMI Level 5

Chennai, March 1: Global IT services company,  Virtusa Corporation has been appraised with the  prestigious Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI V1.3) Level 5 rating  for its Chennai Advanced Technology Center (ATC), an accolade already enjoyed by the company’s centres in  Hyderabad – and in Colombo, Srilanka.

Says Kris Canekeratne, Chairman and CEO of Virtusa: “We are delighted to achieve CMMI level 5 appraisal, which recognizes Virtusa’s commitment to continuous process improvement and quality. The assessment was independently conducted by KPMG India and was accepted by the CMMI Institute. This milestone not only credits Virtusa’s commitment towards process maturity but also its approach towards delivery excellence and service quality. This accreditation is imperative as more and more global customers including government customers require their software implementations to be of highest quality standards.”

CMMI is a process improvement model used to improve a company’s ability to manage project deliveries to guarantee predictable results. CMMI’s process levels are regarded as the standard in the industry for evolutionary paths in software and systems development and management.CMMI is the result of more than 20 years of ongoing work at Carnegie Mellon University by members of industry, government, and the Software Engineering Institute. 

To see Virtusa’s appraisal results   here


Founded in 1996 by Sri Lankan Kris Canekeratne,  and headquartered in Massachusetts, Virtusa has operations in North America, Europe, and Asia. Its biggest centres are in India.