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Telenor’s Software Engineering Department Appraised at CMMI Level 3

By  | 18, Mar 2014 | 5 Comments



telenor logo1 Telenor’s Software Engineering Department Appraised at CMMI Level 3

In line with its commitment to be at par with global standards, Telenor Pakistan’s Software Engineering Department has been appraised at Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 – one of the most prodigious accolades in software engineering and management industry for best software practices.

With this appraisal, Telenor Pakistan has become the 1st cellular operator whose Software Engineering Department has achieved such a level of excellence.

Expressing his delight, Gyorgy Koller, Chief Technology Officer, Telenor Pakistan said, “We are honored to have our Software Engineering Department been appraised by CMMI Level 3. As part of our core mission, Telenor maintains a deep commitment to being a thought leader and an organization that enshrines rigorous quality standards in its processes and solutions. This is our way of ensuring optimal efficiency and effectiveness within the company while delivering the greatest value to our customers.”

Software technology serves as the backbone of cellular operations as it ensures swift and efficient delivery of services. With the CMMI Level 3 appraisal, Telenor Pakistan will take provision of customer services to newer heights.

In 2013, Telenor Pakistan marched its way to achieve CMMI Level 2 appraisal for innovative software planning that ensured productivity and consistency.

In 2012, the company received the highly praised ISO 9001:2008 certification for Data Control, Management, HR procedures, efficient procurement, deployment, project planning and analysis.

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  • Yasir Mahmood

    True

  • Yes

    Bravo Bravo

  • Usama Ahmed

    Now they will make good softwares?

  • Ajmal Abbasi

    This is great to see that a software department of a TELCO has crossed this milestone which is worth appreciation. With a stronger in-house team, TP will be able to offer more better services and products to its customers.

  • Bilal Iqbal

    good to see… keep it up… it would be good for 3G because customers will demand higher quality of services which would be made possible through excellence…