Akima announced its subsidiary Cloud Lake Technology is one of the first companies in the nation to be appraised at level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s newly released Capability Maturity Model Integration Version 2.0 for development and services.
CMMI’s appraisal offers benchmark reliability and consistency, along with direct guidance on strengthening agile. It ties business goals directly to operations to improve performance against key drivers such as time, quality and budget.
“Receiving an appraisal for Development and Services as an integrated system under CMMI V2.0 is an important milestone not only for Cloud Lake, but also for our federal customers,” said Barry Smallwood, president of Akima’s Emerging Markets Group.
“The rigorous requirements of V2.0 necessitate that we take a more holistic look at managing resources across our enterprise, leading to greater standardization and wider implementation of industry best practices,” he continued. “CMMI V2.0 helps Cloud Lake increase our organizational capabilities, while also giving our federal customers direct access to superior capabilities and services.”
Cloud Lake Technology delivers optimized mission performance through advanced technologies and systems. Its digital services enable customers to quickly and cost-effectively harvest, analyze and leverage the greatest possible value from increasingly vast amounts of data.