Fredericksburg, VA, August 22, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Distributive Management, the value leader of performance dashboard software for software and IT project performance management today announced that an Alabama-based site is deploying DataDrill to support software development efforts for a major NASA program.
The site has differentiated itself by successfully becoming an independently appraised SEI-CMMI® Level 3 rated company and by implementing disciplined engineering processes while applying metrics-driven performance standards. DataDrill will be used to support continuing CMMI-related improvements and practices as well as to ensure the consistency of measurement reporting across program elements.
“DataDrill is a low-maintenance application, enabling a world-class measurement program to run smoothly with minimal person-hours,” says Don Baxter, Distributive Sales Team, referring to the key factors contributing to the selection of DataDrill . “And the metrics library that comes with DataDrill has most of the information needs, metrics, graphs and interfaces that the team wants to implement. So they can launch working metrics very, very quickly,” he adds.
Explains Baxter, “When you compare DataDrill’s total cost of ownership with the staggering results that can stem from well-used metrics, the return on investment is quite impressive.” DataDrill is built to make monitoring and improving performance a highly efficient process that drives positive results.
About Distributive Management and DataDrill
Distributive Management is the leading provider of performance management and measurement solutions for use in projects and across the enterprise. DataDrill enables companies to more easily and more effectively implement measurement in support of project management, performance reporting, process improvement and initiatives like CMMI. DataDrill is being used in a wide range of industries, including defense, software/IT, technology, telecommunications, banking, and insurance. Distributive DataDrill’s clients include Arbitron, Boeing, BAE Systems, Booz Allen Hamilton, GEICO, GE, Hewlett Lockheed Martin, NASA, Northrop Grumman, Rockwell Automation, Raytheon, SAIC, and Spansion.