John Chiang
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My company is into internet marketing i.e SEO. We are planning to take ISO certification. I would request the senior members to guide me on what is the difference between ISO and CMM certification.
If we go with ISO then will it help in achieving CMM with lesser cost or they both are entirely different.
Looking forward for your valuable suggestions.
Sushmita Das
20th July 2011 From India, Gurgaon
Well, ISO and CMM are both models for Quality Management
ISO is a model proposed by International Organization for Standardization. (IOS). CMM is a model proposed by Software Engineering Institute (SEI)
ISO gives a lot of freedom. It mainly ensures that everything is pre planned and documented.
CMM,It categorises QMS in 5 levels. It elaborates the process to the fullest. These are called maturity levels.
20th July 2011 From India, Mumbai
Hi, Sushmita,
You may surf on Difference Between Induction and Orientation | Difference Between, you are supposed can have answer, otherwise, you can upload your question and get the answers right back.
Best regards,
24th July 2012 From China, Shanghai
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