ERP CMMI Cho ERP!

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Chào các anh các chị!
Em ko thông thạo lắm về vấn đề này, nhưng thấy mọi người nói về Test trong ERP mà với kiến thức sơ đẳng của em thì Test là một công đoạn trong CMMI. Vậy anh em mình cùng bàn về CMMI trong Erp đi nhỉ.
Em nghĩ một doanh nghiệp VN muốn làm một phần mềm ERP thì nên làm CMMI.
CMMI có 5 bước. Không biết DN VN nào làm ERP đã đạt được điều đó chưa nhỉ?
Các anh chi ơi! Cùng thảo luận về vấn đề này nhé!
 
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Mải viết quá nên quên mất có anh hoặc chị nào có tài liệu về CMMI đầy đủ không? Em muốn đọc nhưng không có nhiều tài liệu chuẩn.
Vậy ai có thì cho em xin với!
Em đọc được tài liệu bằng tiếng anh!
 
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nguoingoaihanhtinh

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Cho em hoi chút các bác ơi? CMMI là gì vậy hả bác?Và 5 bước trong CMMI là gi vậy?Có thể cho em và một số người chưa biết muốn tìm hiểu được không?
 
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Sách tham khảo:

Interpreting the CMMI: A Process Improvement Approach
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Written by experienced process improvement professionals who have developed and implemented systems in organizations around the world, Interpreting the CMMI: A Process Improvement Approach provides you with specific techniques for performing process improvement using the CMMI and the family of CMMI models. Kulpa and Johnson describe the fundamental concepts of the CMMI model—goals, practices, architecture, and definitions—in everyday language, give real-world examples, and provide a structured approach for implementing the concepts of the CMMI into any organization. They walk you through the myriad charts and graphs involved in statistical process control and offer recommendations.
The authors distill the knowledge gained in their combined 60 years of experience in project management, software engineering, systems engineering, metrics, quality assurance, configuration management, training, documentation, process improvement, and team building. Whether you are new to process improvement or an experienced professional, Interpreting the CMMI: A Process Improvement Approach saves you time wasted on false starts, false promises by marketers, and failed deadlines.

FEATURES
• Presents the pros and cons of attempting process improvement and implementing CMMI
• Guides you through a proven approach for designing the process improvement effort, for monitoring and controlling the effort, and measuring its success
• Offers advice for implementing several process improvement projects simultaneously to avoid added costs and missteps
• Discusses older methods of assessing organizations and compares them to the new SCAMPI method

About the Authors
Margaret Kulpa is the Chief Operating Officer of AgileDigm, Incorporated. As such, she provides senior-level management support for SEI initiatives and software process improvement. She has over 30 years of consulting experience, and experience in all phases of the system development life cycle, focusing on management, coding, quality assurance and testing, training, database design and analysis, technical writing and editing, business process reengineering (BPR), and electronic data processing (EDP) auditing.
Kent A. Johnson is the Director of Systems Engineering for TeraQuest, and an authorized CMMI instructor. His background includes over 25 years of experience in the development of complex software-intensive systems. He provides training, consulting, and assessments for clients working to improve their systems and software development capabilities. Internationally, he has helped clients in nine countries improve their systems and software processes.
 
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Real Process Improvement Using the CMMI

This book offers non-academic, real-world approaches to implementing CMMI-based process improvement in an organization. The author identifies critical concepts of CMMI, and details how to turn them into real process improvement.

Real Process Improvement Using the CMMI provides real-world concepts and techniques for CMMI-based process improvement that are as effective as they are innovative. Professionals at all levels—from systems engineers to CEOs—will find a wealth of practical guidance and new ways to look at model-based process improvement, resulting in benefits for large and small organizations in many environments. Using plain language and enlightening illustrations, the author identifies the most critical concepts of the CMMI, and details how to turn these concepts into real process improvement.

About the Author

Michael West’s career in software and information technology spans 20 years. He has worked in a wide variety of technical and managerial positions, and is SEI-trained in both the Software CMM and the CMMI. Mr. West worked in the field of CMM/CMMI-based software process improvement as an employee of Xerox Corporation and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). In 2001, Mr. West and a colleague formed Natural SPI, a consulting firm that provides expert process improvement consulting services. He has enabled multiple software and systems organizations to achieve coveted CMM maturity level ratings.
 
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Đây là tài liệu trên mình đọc trên vietnamnet.vn

Software firms mull modern management
16:09' 14/03/2006 (GMT+7)

Vietnam is emerging as a new destination for information technology, especially for software outsourcing, but its companies need to improve their image with international customers, according to industry leaders.

"To get a stronghold in the international market, software enterprises have to continuously improve themselves in order to meet the rising demands of customers. Therefore, a strict management process is absolutely necessary," said Ngo Duc Chi, general director of Global CyberSoft (GCS), one of the big software exporters.

"Software enterprises should choose an internationally recognised management system that will help them be more efficient and in control of quality," Chi said. "We chose CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) and earned our CMMI Level 4 certification early this year."

Popular in the US, CMMI is based on a management process previously used by the US Defence Ministry. The American Software Engineering Institute recently co-operated with Carnegie Mellon University to develop a CMMI application for use by the software industry.

CMMI provides guidelines and real-life examples for developing, improving and evaluating software processes. The application tackles planning, configuration management, practices and policies. It also links technical activities with management in an effort to better serve, a company's business needs.

CMMI Advantages

"Since we earned our CMMI, more foreign customers have entrusted us with their business, and we've surged ahead of our competitors," said Nguyen Thanh Lam, vice director of the Corporation for Financing and Promoting Technology's (FPT) software branch in HCM City.

"Vietnam is still a newcomer to the international IT market. With a CMMI credential, Vietnamese companies are more likely to attract the attention of foreign customers," confirmed Nguyen Quoc Phong, vice general director of Paragon Solutions Vietnam (PSV).

"If the country has a CMMI community, software outsourcing boom," he said.

At present, only four Vietnamese companies - GCS, PSV, FPT Silkroad Systems - have earned high-level CMMI certification. Other two enterprises, Lac Viet and TMA Solutions, are just beginning the CMMI process.

A company with CMMI Level 4 possesses a production process can be predicted and managed. At Level 5, the management system is working smoothly and no longer requires outside consultants.

"The CMMI certification process requires a strong determination from the management board, because it necessitates the commitment of money, time and human resources," said Chi from GCS.

His company spent around US$50,000 for the one-year process, dedicating part of its staff to the task. But GCS is happy with its CMMI Level 4.

"We have significantly increased our ability to produce software and manage our project. We are beginning to approach a modern international working method and have improved our image with customers," Chi said.

"CMMI has helped us budget our time and define the quality of a software product - a major difficulty for all software companies," the general director added.

The future of CMMI

Most Vietnamese software enterprises are small, with less than 100 staff. According to Phong from PSV, they are unable to afford the Software Engineering Institute's high CMMI consultancy fees.

He suggested they do their research online and begin to implement CMMI guidelines on their own in order to economise.

In this manner, small companies will be able to improve their quality and management systems on their own, so that in the future they can invite SEI consultants to observe their process and hopefully grant CMMI certification.

"We are ready to share our experiences with other local companies," Phong said.

Although CMMI has been customarily adopted by larger companies, its appeal is obvious for all software enterprises.

"The effectiveness of CMMI is clear. The work involved depends on the companies themselves - on whether or not they want to expand," Phong added.

"We should be publicising the advantages of CMMI for software companies and making it an industry standard," he added.

To create more favourable conditions for local companies wishing to obtain CMMI, IT experts have asked the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications to consider setting up CMMI consultancy companies to help reduce expenditures and make the process familiar to local companies.

Vietnam's software industry ranks 20th on the list of countries with a potential for software outsourcing. The annual growth for its software companies hovers between 25-30%.

In 2004, domestic software sales amounted to $125mil, with exports reaching $45mil. Last year's domestic sales doubled to $250mil, with exports up to $70mil.

Since 2000, the industry has recruited 20,000 employees to work in its approximately 720 software companies.
 
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các anh chị giải thích cho đàn em sơ qua về CMMI bằng tiếng việt đi. em đọc những bài viết ơ trên thấy còn 'lùng bùng' wa.
 
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huongmuahe nói:
các anh chị giải thích cho đàn em sơ qua về CMMI bằng tiếng việt đi. em đọc những bài viết ơ trên thấy còn 'lùng bùng' wa.
Đơn giản nhất quả đất:
CMMI là...

Thôi, bạn cứ làm theo cách mà mình hay nói với người khác đi :)

Google: CMMI là
Google: Định nghĩa CMMI

Hope that helps!
 
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huongmuahe nói:
các anh chị giải thích cho đàn em sơ qua về CMMI bằng tiếng việt đi. em đọc những bài viết ơ trên thấy còn 'lùng bùng' wa.
CMMi là một mô hình, cung cấp các hướng dẫn và kinh nghiệm thực tế dùng để phát triển phần mềm. Nó được áp dụng để quản lý quy trình của phát triển phần mềm.
Nó là quy trình quản lý chất lượng phát triển phần mềm của Viện Kỹ nghệ Phần mềm Mỹ (SEI).
 
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