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Mumbai-based IT solution firm that focus on intervention of technology in government departments, infrastructure said that it has successfully received in the Development & Services category. Arguably becoming the first niche player from India in the e-governance space to have achieved the milestone. received PCMM level 3 certification couple of years back.

Level 5 companies are ones that have a set development process, quality adherence with clearly defined responsibilities to team members, a well-maintained project tracking tool along with constant innovation and optimization to eliminate defects in the development process. A critical distinction between maturity level 4 & maturity level 5, is the type of process variation addressed. Effect of deployed process improvements are measured and evaluated against quantitative process-improvement objectives continually.

Anant Raghute, MD, Innowave IT Infrastructures Ltd., said, “Our vision is to be among the leading and respected players in the e-governance space globally. And that is possible only if we can match the best in terms of quality and reliability. That is why process improvement, excellence and quality assurance has always been a core focus for each of us at Innowave IT. We are proud to have achieved this milestone and look forward to many more.”

Recently, the company has won a Rs 25 crore e-governance project from Uganda’s Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) in consortium with local partner. The company had informed that the new deal is for implementing IT solutions for improving KCCA capacity to implement sub-projects within stipulated timelines, strengthening the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) which will include integration of the mobile phone platform for payment of bills and purchasers feedback.

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