Teracore, Inc. (Teracore), a management consulting and enterprise IT
consulting services firm serving federal national security agencies,
today announced that it has achieved a Maturity Level 2 rating during
its recent Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) appraisal.
"For over 11 years, Teracore has provided results-focused consulting
solutions to federal government clients working to address some of their
most complex challenges. Our CMMI initiative demonstrates Teracore's
continued investment in quality processes to further enhance our service
delivery capabilities," said Luis Perez, Teracore co-founder, President,
The CMMI rating verifies that Teracore has a robust and effective
process for doing business based upon proven industry standards.
Teracore's rating was verified by a uccessful SCAMPI A appraisal, which
provides a formal benchmark of organizational process performance
relative to the CMMI. The CMMI appraisal was conducted by Broadsword
Solutions Corporation, a licensed CMMI Institute partner.
"Having a well-established way of doing business is the first step
toward a company becoming a 'great' company," said Jeff Dalton,
President of Broadsword Solutions, the CMMI Institute Partner that
conducted Teracore's CMMI Appraisal. "By embracing the CMMI as an
architecture for continuous improvement, Teracore has demonstrated their
commitment to bringing the highest-quality services to their diverse
About Teracore, Inc.
Teracore is a VetBiz Certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small
Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in Atlanta, GA with offices in the
Washington, D.C. metro area. For more than 11 years, we have provided
process-driven management and enterprise IT consulting services across
the Federal Government to solve their most difficult challenges.
Teracore has previously received the Small Business Administration
Administrator's Award for Excellence in recognition of sustained
exceptional support to a Federal agency. For additional information on
Teracore, please visit http://www.teracore.com.
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