Friday, April 17, 2015

Small Company that needs CMMI? Announcing New Webinar in the "Everything You Need to Know" Series: "CMMI for Extra-Small Companies!"

Dear Readers,

Do you run an emerging or “extra-small” company with under 25 employees? Are you frustrated that you’re blocked from bidding on contracts you want because you haven’t figured out how to take advantage of the value of CMMI? Wouldn’t you like to remove the impediments, and grow?

Now you can.
Webinar: “Everything You Need to Know: CMMI for Extra-Small Companies
Date: April 29th, 2015 @ noon EDT
Registration: Sign up here

On “CMMI for Extra-Small Companies,” the third webinar in our “Everything You Need to Know” Series, you'll learn the secret to how IT and engineering firms under 25 people can afford to compete for government contracts that require CMMI ratings … and YOU can, too!

To date, the lack of information about CMMI for extra-small companies has caused a lot of entrepreneurs to come to the conclusion that the CMMI is not appropriate for small companies.  But that’s a MYTH blocking you from CMMI success.

This webinar helps you see that there are seven myths blocking your success, and shows you how to overcome the barriers, affordably, and grow.

Register for “CMMI for Extra-Small Companies

Note: Larger organizations interested in pursuing the benefits of a CMMI adoption are invited to visit our corporate web site at for more information about engineering strategy, performance innovation, software process improvement and running a successful CMMI program.

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Jeff Dalton is a Certified SCAMPI Lead Appraiser, Certified CMMI Instructor, author, and consultant with years of real-world experience with the CMMI in all types of organizations. Jeff has taught thousands of students in CMMI trainings and has received an aggregate satisfaction score of 4.97 out of 5 from his students.

Visit for more information about engineering strategy,performance innovation , software process improvement and running a successful CMMI program.

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