Level 3 Certification
For Immediate Release
Rose International Attains CMM Level 3 Certification
ST. LOUIS, August 1, 2003 – Rose International, a St. Louis based IT services and solutions company, announced that its offshore development center, Rose IT Solutions (ITS), has been successfully certified at Software-Capability Maturity Model (CMM) Level 3. Rose International’s ITS subsidiary is one of only a handful of companies in India that have achieved CMM Level 3.
The CMM certification is an industry-recognized framework for consistent quality delivery of software products and services. It has become the standard for measuring the effectiveness of IT organizations. The ratings are earned through an exhaustive independent evaluation involving analysis and review of a company's software development capability, its processes and its products. Only a small percentage of evaluated companies reach Level 3 certification, and even fewer reach the higher levels of 4 and 5, which Rose ITS anticipates reaching in 2004.
“CMM certification illustrates our company’s commitment to providing high-quality services and solutions to our clients,” said Himanshu (Sue) Bhatia, CEO of Rose International. “While not every customer will require a CMM-level solution, they will all benefit from the experience that it requires to attain this certification.”
About Rose International
Founded in 1993, St. Louis-based Rose International is a leader in providing information technology solutions to corporations and government agencies nationwide. Rose has consistently been recognized as one of the pre-eminent IT consulting firms in the country, and its CEO, Himanshu Bhatia, is considered a leader in the industry. Mrs. Bhatia was recently recognized with the National Entrepreneurial Success Award, given by the U.S. Small Business Administration, and in 2001, she was named the SBA Small-Business Person of the Year for the State of Missouri. The company has been named to the St. Louis Regional Technology Top/Fast 50 for five consecutive years, the Inc 500 for two consecutive years and the Working Woman 500 the past two years, among many other honors.