Products > Methodologies
Over the years, CMSB has accumulated a breadth of expertise and experiences in developing and delivering industry-leading software engineering solutions using multiple tools, system platforms and methodologies. Strengthened by our experience in adopting and implementing international and de facto standards in our practices, we have successfully developed our own methodologies for our Software Engineering practices:
Framework One is a disciplined approach to software development projects based on a defined set of principles, models, disciplines, concepts and guidelines.
In essence, Framework One:
• Utilises value and principle set by Rational Unified Process (RUP) Life Cycle Model ver. 2000, as the main guiding principle
• Is based on CMSB's project and field experience in the IT industry since 1990 and utilizes the company's best practices and lessons learnt in developing enterprise solution
• Supports all type of software development project ranging from product development, custom product development and business process improvement
• Combines several life cycle models, including the Waterfall and Evolutionary models. Hence, produce high quality solutions that meet the businesses needs there and then.
V&V Method is a structured approach for implementation of software engineering projects with QUALITY intent. It has been built upon our enriched knowledge and experience accumulated over 25 years of practice aligned to globally-established project management methodologies such as PRINCE2 and P3O.
V&V Method is most effective when applied in dedicated projects that drive V&V activities such as:
• Software Quality Assurance (SQA)
Leveraging on its years of experience practicing established Project Management technologies and tools to successfully manage numerous Software Engineering projects, CMSB has developed its own modelling methodology - the
The C-BPNM has been designed to be:
• Easy to read and understand
• Easy to train and audit
It comprises Business Process Modelling (BPM) and Task Details Map (TDM) standards that help to give a brief descriptions on the notations involved in the models.