CAE's German Arm Gets CMMI Level 3 Status for Development; Gene Colabatistto Quoted

Gene Colabatistto

CAE's Germany-based business has received a Capability Maturity Model Integration level 3 appraisal for development from the CMMI Institute.

The company said Wednesday CAE Electronik GmbH received the CMMI maturity level 3 rating after an independent appraiser evaluated the firm based on its established and well-characterized processes, tools, methods and standards.

“This is a great achievement for CAE Germany, and once again demonstrates that CAE is a company committed to leadership and innovation as a training systems integrator,“ said Gene Colabatistto, group president for defense and security at CAE.

“Our vision is to be our customers' training partner of choice, and this achievement in Germany shows that we are focused on achieving this vision,“ Colabatistto added.

CAE Elektronik is one of only nine Germany-based institutions to gain the CMMI level 3 rating for development.

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