The CMMI is an integrated set of best practices that improve performance and key capabilities for the following current and potential CMMI Institute predefined model views:
- CMMI Development V2.0 (CMMI-DEV), based, in part, on the CMMI for Development v1.3 model for improving processes and performance for developing better products and services.
- CMMI Services V2.0 (CMMI-SVC), based, in part, on the CMMI for Services v1.3 model for improving capabilities and processes for providing better service performance
- CMMI Supplier Management V2.0 (CMMI-SPM), based, in part, on the CMMI for Acquisition v1.3 model for improving processes and performance for optimizing the supply chain
CMMI Development, CMMI Supplier Management, and CMMI Services are domain views of the CMMI V2.0 Model.
Organizations can implement practices across domain views. In the future, customized views can also be created and used to address any given challenge, issue, or improvement opportunity. This leverages the entire set of best practices to improve organizational performance and key capabilities.
CMMI Development is an integrated set of best practices that improves an organization’s capability to develop quality products and services that meet the needs of customers and end-users.
- Improve Time-to-Market — ensure products and services are delivered quickly and efficiently with little to no re-work.
- Increase Quality — improve product development quality and consistency to reduce defects.
- Reduce Cost — lower costs through improved planning, scheduling, and budgeting processes.
- Improve Product Lifecycle Management — meet customer expectations across the entire product lifecycle from delivery to maintenance and operations.
- Gain Organizational Agility — leverage revenue-enhancing and cost-cutting opportunities to deliver products and services quickly, effectively, and consistently.
CMMI Services is an integrated set of best practices that improves an organization's capability to efficiently and effectively deliver quality service offerings that meet market and customer needs.
- Gain Customer Loyalty — exceed customer expectations and experience, strengthen weak customer touchpoints.
- Develop Resiliency — reduce the impact of service disruptions with a process to identify and address potential incidents and prevent them from reoccurring.
- Improve Time-to-Market — ensure services are delivered quickly, efficiently, and in accordance with established agreements.
- Increase Quality — provide the highest possible level of service quality.
- Reduce Cost — lower costs through improved planning and reduced re-work.
CMMI Supplier Management is an integrated set of best practices that improves performance and key capabilities for organizations that acquire components, goods, or services from another company.
- Meet Growth Demands — build the necessary capabilities for growth management with effective capacity and resource allocation.
- Keep Pace with Product Demands — rapidly and effectively manage change and complexity across the supply chain.
- Reduce Supply Chain Risk — leverage repeatable best practices for risk mitigation and gain a shared understanding of accountability.
Also, here is a related Help Center article: What is the difference between CMMI, CMMI-DEV, CMMI-SVC, CMMI-SPM (formerly CMMI-ACQ), People CMM, and DMM?