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The Myth of SDLC Corporation
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When: 2/9/2010
Where: Radisson Hotal Milwaukee West
2303 North Mayfair Road
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 
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Speaker:  Subbu Ravi, Vice President Solutions and Head of the Healthcare Practice, Symphony Corporation

Subbu has been instrumental in developing Symphony’s global delivery model and developing the healthcare practice. He has over 17 years of experience in information technology management, business process optimization, product development, strategic planning and outsourcing. Subbu drives the delivery function with a sharp focus on process, and is responsible for the company’s compliance with mature processes like Six Sigma, CMMi Level IV and ISO. Subbu has worked with several large clients in setting up their delivery processes and outsourcing strategies, and has enabled several clients to adopt best practices in software development models and quality systems. In addition, Subbu oversees Symphony’s long standing strategic relationships with partners such as SAS, Deloitte and Microsoft. He is also directing Symphony’s rapidly growing footprint in the US healthcare market as well as its emerging presence in Asia. Prior to joining Symphony in 2001, Subbu worked in strategic and operations capacities in at, and Tata Interactive Systems. Subbu started his career with JWT’s FULCRUM division that was responsible for the centralized media buying for Unilever in India. He received his Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in Marketing & Information Systems and a Bachelor of Sciences (B.Sc.) degree in Applied Sciences with special focus on Operations Research.

Summary:  The Myth of SDLC methodologies

Alot has been written, practiced and un-practiced about methodogies. Methodologies (or more commonly known as SDLC's) vary based on project needs, preference of the project team, environment and other factors. Even with all this there is only 27% success in software development. Why? The answer lies in maturing the delivery process that can accommodate any methodology or no methodology at all. By using CMMi or other maturity models, organizations can ensure that they ask the right questions and utilize the right metrics to ensure project success. 


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