EY GSS Kerala-2013-CMMI3

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Organization Name:
EY GSS Kerala
Organizational Unit:
IT Solutions Delivery for MENA Region of Ernst & Young Global Shared Services Kerala
Maturity Level:
Maturity Level 3
Appraisal End Date:
May 18, 2013
Lead Appraiser:
Srinivas Thummalapalli
Richard Antony
Sampling Summary:
Sampling Factors: Location (Not Relevant: This is not a relevant factor as all the projects follow the same methodologies and practices.)
Customer (Not Relevant: EY GSS Kerala follows two different types of methodologies depending on the region to which an internal client belongs to. But currently only MENA projects are being considered. Hence this is not a relevant factor.)
Size (Not Relevant: All the projects deploy a methodology depending on the complexity factor but not on size. Hence this is not a relevant factor.)
Organizational Structure (Not Relevant: Irrespective of the organizational business lines, all the projects follow same methodologies.)
Type of Work (Not Relevant: There is not much difference in the development vs maintenance type of engagements as the nature of the project and overall life of the projects is about 3months maximum. Hence the feature development and pure development projects do follow the same processes.)
Complexity: Project complexity is driven by two different streams of factors known as : Complexity Factors(10) and Governance Factors(4)
Life Cycle: Projects follow unique life cycles depending on the total complexity factor and nature of the project.
Sampling Factor Values: Minor (Complexity): Projects with total complexity assessment between 0-1.5 is rated as Minor
Small (Complexity): Projects with complexity between 1.6-2.2 is categorized as Small projects
Medium (Complexity): Projects with complexity between 2.3-2.8 are categorized as Medium engagements
Major (Complexity): Projects with complexity between 2.9-3.5 are categorized as Major engagement
Enterprise (Complexity): Projects with complexity between 3.6 and 4 are categorized as enterprize engagements
Lite (Life Cycle): All the minor projects follow the Lite Methodology a variant of full scale QMS yet following all the tenets.
Waterfall (Life Cycle): Standard waterfall methodology is followed by small to enterprize engagements
Agile (Life Cycle): Agile methodology is followed by certain sections of projects depending on the complexity and preference of the internal clientele.
Subgroups: Minor-Lite: These projects follow Lite methodology with Minor complexity
40 People, 4 Basic Units
– Minor
– Lite
Small-Waterfall: These projects follow waterfall lifecycle with small complexity
51 People, 7 Basic Units
– Waterfall
– Small
Minor-Waterfall: There is only project that is in this category of Minor-Waterfall
9 People, 1 Basic Units
– Minor
– Waterfall
Major-Agile: There is only one engagement in the category of Major-Agile
12 People, 1 Basic Units
– Agile
– Major

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