CMMI® Acquisition Model
Reduce costs, manage quality, and increase overall efficiency
Acquirers tend to disengage from a project once the supplier is hired, and they discover too late that the project is not on schedule, deadlines will not be met, the technology selected is not viable, and the project has failed. However, many organizations have not invested in the capabilities necessary to select the right suppliers and effectively manage projects in an acquisition environment.
The CMMI Acquisition model provides guidance for improving an organization’s capability to initiate and manage the acquisition of products and services that meet the needs of customers and end users. These best practices help define requirements to identify capable suppliers and vendors that can help reduce costs, manage quality, increase efficiency, and mitigate delays.
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Organizations using CMMI® to build capability have achieved improvement in customer satisfaction, employee engagement, and organizational performance—all of which benefit the bottom line.
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Gauge your Organizational Capability
An appraisal is an activity that helps you to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your organization’s processes and to examine how closely the processes relate to CMMI® best practices. The first step in getting your organization appraised is to find a Lead Appraiser.