Processes Adherance Processes benefit All, Adherance, Always Worth!

Quality Processes consists of following mandatory components: -

General Processes

ISO 9001:2008 Standards


We have adapted home grown development methodologies that coincide with industry standards and gives us the best possible development framework. These methodologies are industry and technology agnostic and have been proven through repeated use for our products development lifecycle.

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Process Adherence. Ensuring Quality. More Confidence.

At Tesarrow, we are of the strong view that process adherence results in higher reliability of our products and solutions, and it ultimately gives greater customer satisfaction. This helps us in our purpose of providing even better services to our customers and users.

Another big advantage of Quality processes is that the overall life cycle cost of software gets reduced. Software quality is performed to ensure that software is in conformance to certain requirements and standards. The maintenance cost of the software is gradually reduced as the software requires less modification after good quality assurance. Maintenance refers to the correction and modification of errors that may be discovered only after implementation of the program.
Hence, proper quality procedures would identify more errors before the software gets released, therefore resulting in the overall reduction of the life cycle cost.

Considering the overall benefits, we have created a standard quality processes framework that works across departments, and is adhered without deviation. The minor deviations that are required within the process framework, are recorded properly and published for reference.

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ISO 9001: 2008 STANDARDS

Commitment to Processes. Commitment to Improvement. Customer Focus!

ISO 9001:2008 is the international quality standard accepted worldwide and ensures all quality-related activities in an organization are adhered to ensure customers' expectations are met. The ISO 9001:2008 certification is done by accredited and independent third parties to certify that the organizations quality management system conforms to the requirements of the standard.

The Standard provides a framework to manage business processes and ensure a philosophy of continual improvement in all aspects of business.

ISO 9001:2008 is based on following eight quality management principles. When fully adopted, these principles can help improve your organizational performance:

  • Customer focus: organizations depends on their customers, and therefore need to shape activities around the fulfillment of market need
  • Leadership: is needed to provide unity of purpose and direction
  • Involvement of people: creates an environment where people become fully involved in achieving the organization's objectives
  • Process approach: to achieve organizational objectives, resources and activities need to be managed as processes, with an understanding of how the outputs of one process affects the inputs of another
  • System approach to management: the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization depends on a systemized approach to work activities
  • Continual improvement: adopting this as a part of everyday culture is a key objective for an organization
  • Fact based decision-making: effective decisions are based on the logical and intuitive analysis of data and factual information
  • Mutually beneficial supplier relationships: such relationships will enhance the ability to create value.
  • Involves Top management in the improvement of the Quality management System
  • Facilitates the organization to become a customer-focused organization.
  • Ensures sustained customer satisfaction by producing, delivering services and providing support functions that meet customer's needs and expectations.
  • Increases the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization through continual improvement in systems and products /services quality.

Since it is externally assessed on an ongoing basis to ensure the best business practices are maintained, Tesarrow commit itself to the process, and ensure that each and every activity is brought under the gamut of process adherence.

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Structured Project Assignments. Higher Quality Standards. Continual Improvement.

The CMM is a process capability model developed by the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI). It provides an approach for defining, documenting, and measuring the maturity of processes used in software organizations, and for identifying the key practices required to increase the maturity of these processes to improve long-term business performance.

Tesarrow as an organization has a well defined and managed process for software development and for achieving ongoing quality improvements. As a part of our commitment to improve our quality processes and bring them to a level of highest standards, we are working consistently to achieve our targets to be assessed for CMM, within shortest possible time. All our project assignments are structured to follow international quality standards.

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