The First CMMI V2.0 Highest Maturity Level Certificate in Turkey Has Been Given to TUBITAK

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On 13.07.2020, the success of TÜBİTAK BİLGEM Software Technology Institute (YTE) in software development was internationally documented.

TÜBİTAK BİLGEM YTE became the first and only Turkish institution to qualify for Level 5, showing the highest maturity level in the "Integrated Talent Maturity Model" (CMMI) V2.0 Model.
With this document (CMMI v2.0 Level 5), TÜBİTAK BİLGEM YTE has demonstrated that it has high quality and mature software engineering processes and its commitment to delivery standards.

At the same time, TÜBİTAK BİLGEM YTE, has proven once again that it is a pioneer in the country in integrating standards and models in the field of work, and that it is committed to continuous process improvement and quality, has taken its place among the first 30 institutions with this level in the world with this success.
TÜBİTAK BİLGEM YTE, which has the motivation and effort to play a advisor and guiding role in the development of software at the maturity level needed in the digital government ecosystem, aims to contribute to the maturity of institutions by bringing its experience to the National Digital Maturity Model, which it has developed in this direction.

What is the Integrated Capability Maturity Model (CMMI)?
The "Integrated Capability Maturity Model" (CMMI) evaluates the software planning, development and configuration processes of organizations.
CMMI that has been designed to improve the performance of software developing organizations, measures the maturity level of organizations with this model.
CMMI level 5, owned by very few organizations in the world, shows that it works at the most mature level to produce quality products in software development and software project management, depending on the quantitative understanding of the organization's business objectives and performance, it continuously improves its processes, thus it focuses to work efficiently and target-oriented.
The current version of the CMMI Model 2.0, has a structure that focuses on corporate performance improvement rather than process improvement and is more integrated with agile methods.