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Alstom today announced that its signalling activities, including rail control, have been rated at Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) level 3 by LogiQual Inc. This rating covers eight regional centres and 19 projects around the world. The processes, procedures and tools are now standardized to give a consistent level of quality of all signalling activity across the company. Alstom is the first organisation to obtain this rating on such an extended international scope.
Through the geographical footprint of its signalling activity, Alstom is closer to its customers while leveraging its worldwide expertise when delivering solutions. This new milestone illustrates Alstoms ambition to continuously improve its processes from development to delivery to satisfy the increasing quality and performance requirements of its customers.
Alstom is a world leader in signalling solutions for all type of transportation from urban to mainline, for passenger and freight. With 5,200 employees dedicated to this activity across the world, Alstom provides safe, optimised and profitable networks, including passenger information, safety, control centres, track equipment, point machines, integrated solutions and global systems.
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