CMMI is a model for process improvement. It stands for Capability Maturity Model Integration, and it provides a framework that organizations can use to assess and improve their processes. The CMMI model was developed by the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute, and it is widely used in the software development industry to improve the quality and efficiency of software development processes.
The CMMI model is based on the idea that an organization’s processes can be evaluated and improved on a maturity scale, with five levels of maturity: initial, managed, defined, quantitatively managed, and optimising. At each level, the organization must meet a set of specific goals and practices in order to progress to the next level of maturity.
Organizations that use the CMMI model can benefit from improved processes, higher-quality products and services, and increased customer satisfaction. They may also be able to reduce costs and improve their competitiveness in the marketplace.