What are the different levels of cmm, Software Engineering

Different levels of CMM:

1) Initial (maturity level 1)

2) Repeatable (maturity level 2)

3) Defined (maturity level 3)

4)  Managed (maturity level 4)

5) Optimizing (maturity level 5)


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