Next course “Introduction to CMMI” ver. 1.2 Staged and Continuous Representation is scheduled for 28-30 November in Sofia. This certificate and registration in SEI database is a must for all members of SCAMPI Class A (official appraisal for CMMI maturity level) team. The course will be delivered by bulgarian instructors, officially authorized by SEI, Carnegie Mellon University.
ESI Center Bulgaria has trained so far 150 top IT specialists presenting 55 companies from Armenia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania and Bulgaria.
Three years after the start, ESI Center Bulgaria is officially authorized to operate under the name ESI CENTER EASTERN EUROPE. During the meeting with media representatives Elena Schaiedt, director in European Software Institute (Spain), handed a certificate to ESI Center Bulgaria director George Sharkov to verify the Center had successfully completed the know-how transfer and had the capacity to offer services and operate under its new name.
ESI Center Bulgaria has organized the fifth “Introduction to CMMI” course, version 1.2 Staged and Continuous Representation, in Sofia. Twenty participants, presenting 8 companies from Macedonia and Bulgaria, have attended the official Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Carnegie Mellon University course. All trained are leading IT specialists, presenting the core staff of their companies - Nemetschek, Antipodes, Musala, Soft Innovations, Tumbleweed, David Holding and Inet. All of them obtained a certificate, registered in SEI database.
ESI Centers’ Managing Director George Sharkov was invited to deliver a two-hour workshop on Software Process Improvement – a Roadmap to Maturity in Rijeka, Croatia. More than 20 people took the challenge and attended the workshop the early Friday afternoon in the City hall building. They were presenting 5 IT intensive companies, two universities, two Governmental agencies and the USAID program.
ESI Center Bulgaria began its 2007 regional activity with the “Software Process Improvement – Roadmap to Maturity” seminar in Republic of Moldova.
24 participants from 16 organizations attended the event. They were mainly presenting leading IT companies like Endava, Deeplace, AlfaXP, Soft Com, Rit Labs, Allied Testing, Intexnauca and more. Representatives of the local donor programs in the field of ICT also took part in the seminar.