Process Assessment Model for ISO20000
Intacs is glad to announce a new Process Assessment Model for ISO20000. The model has been created by Nehfort-IT-Consulting (www.nehfort.at) and verified by intacs for compliance with the requirements of ISO 15504 Part2. Nehfort-IT-Consulting is also conducting trainings based on the new PAM.
The new PAM can be downloaded from here. (registered users only !)
Automotive SPICE v3.0 published !
The WG 13 of the VDA has released Automotive SPICE v3.0 in the context of the VDA Sys Conf on July 16th 2015.
To download and view click here
Use the same link to find further information in the VDA WG 13 presentation slides about the schedule with respect to
- availability of updated Provisional & Competent Assessor training course materials
- qualification of instructors for delivering v3.0 training courses
- EE1 acceptance during the transition period
- assessor (re)-certification during the transition period
TESTSPICE 3.33 IS COMMING SOON
Frankfurt, May 5, 2015: At this year's planning meeting of the TestSPICE SIG (Special Interest Group) important tasks were launched. Hereby, two vital issues - the development of the versions TestSPICE 3.33 and the TestSPICE 4.0 are brought onto the roadmap. Besides of INTACS, the new TestSPICE 3.33 is going to be established as an ISO standard. TestSPICE will enter the world of international standards.
New Certification Body: ECQA
New certification body for non-Automotive models
After a long period of successful cooperation with ISQI intacs has signed a contract with ECQA as new certification body, valid from 1st January 2015.
ECQA (European Certification & Qualification Association, www.ecqa.org) will provide certification and registration services for assessors and training provider for:
- ISO 15504 (SPICE)
- ISO 20000
Existing (still valid) certifications are not affected by the change. All new and re-certification application will be carried out from now on by ECQA.
White Paper on Process Maturity Models (SPICE, CMMI) vs. Agile published!
Dear community members,
the white paper, as announced on intacs.info and in the latest intacs newsletter, has been finished.
We would be happy if this contributes to answering frequently asked questions and to clarifying myths with respect to Process Maturity Models (such as SPICE and CMMI) vs Agile. We also hope that it will trigger fruitful discussions and further work. We are looking forward to your feedback !