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For this week only Reg associate IT-minds.com is offering you the chance to expand your knowledge of CMMI.

This single volume comprises the full, official book version of the CMMI, the much anticipated follow up to the Capability Maturity Model. The book provides official documentation in book form for learning and implementing the latest process improvement framework. The CMMI initiative is already receiving significant marketing support from the SEI and its partners. It helps the reader understand what is in each CMMI model, and decide how CMMI can best address their organization's needs.

This book is available to Register visitors for the reduced price of £32.20 - that's a 30 per cent discount.

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