Atlanta, GA – May 4, 2017 – Teracore, Inc. (Teracore) a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and leader in providing management and enterprise IT consulting services to the Federal Government, today announced a strategic partnership with Broadsword Solutions Corporation (Broadsword) to assist with the firm’s re-appraisal with the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration, or CMMI.
The CMMI is a world-class engineering process performance model developed by the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University and has been adopted by engineering organizations throughout the world. At one time the CMMI was most prevalent in the Department of Defense, aerospace, and federal government sectors, but now is just as successful in manufacturing, automotive, health care and IT.
“We appreciate the fact that Broadsword is able to help us make CMMI and ISO relevant to us,” said Luis Perez, President of Teracore. “You can either use CMMI to have a transformative experience – or use it as a certificate suitable for framing. With Broadsword, we’re on the upper end of transformation, and we look forward to continuing our CMMI journey together.”
“Teracore continues to invest in the adoption of industry-proven models and certifications for the benefit of the federal agencies they serve, and ultimately, their constituents,” said Broadsword’s President Jeff Dalton. “Not only has Teracore made the strategic decision to seek a re-appraisal, but their executives continue to focus on the fact that the CMMI is about improving and changing the way the company behaves, so that they can deliver even more value to their customers.”
Headquartered in Atlanta, GA with offices in the Washington, D.C. metro area, Teracore is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) providing management and enterprise IT consulting services to the Federal Government. Teracore leverages innovation, best practices, and lessons learned to improve service delivery while helping its federal clients cut costs, achieve efficiencies, and manage performance. As a small business, Teracore is flexible and able to quickly accommodate changes to scope and emerging customer requirements. Teracore has the distinction of having won and delivered 16 DHS PACTS IDIQ task orders, more than any of the other 33 prime contract holders. The firm has received the Small Business Administration Administrator’s Award for Excellence in recognition of sustained exceptional support to Federal agencies. For more information, visit http://teracore.com.
Broadsword is a Process Innovation firm and CMMI Institute Partner that is the world-leader in using Agile and Lean methods to drive high-performance engineering using their AgileCMMI methodology and collaborative consulting, coaching and CMMI training solutions. Working with great clients like ADNET, Boeing, Chrysler, Agilex, and L3 Communications, Broadsword has a proven record of success throughout North America and the world. Broadsword has offices outside of Washington, DC, Detroit, MI and San Diego, CA and can be reached at https://broadswordsolutions.com.