Transition Organization

The David Consulting Group

Representative David Herron
Address 19 Pointe View Dr
Medford, NJ 08055
Phone 609-654-6227
Fax 609-654-2338
Web Site
Qualified Instructors David Herron, Janet Russac
Instructors in Training  
TWG Members*  

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The David Consulting Group (DCG), a SEI CMMI® Approved Transition Partner, supports software development organizations in achieving software excellence with a metric-centered approach. DCG supports a diverse client mix by providing consulting services and training that satisfy organizational business objectives. Insights into successful software practices are enabled through their database of over 7,400 recently completed (2000-2003) projects and 4,300 maintenance support applications.

 DCG Services include:

 Software Process Improvement

SEI CMM®, CMMI®, CBA/IPI and SCAMPI Assessments; Procedure Templates for Peer Reviews, Testing, Lifecycle, SQA, Requirements Management, Estimating and Project Management; Training and Mentoring in all Level 2 and Level 3 Process Areas.

 Software Application Development and Maintenance (AD/M) Measurement

Functional Sizing, Performance Baselining, Industry Benchmark Comparisons, Maintenance Portfolio Evaluation, IT Scorecards, Measurement Program Development;

Training and Mentoring in Function Point Analysis, Estimation and PSM.

 Outsourcing Metrics and Governance

Establishing & Monitoring Service Levels, Vendor Selection, Offshore Development Governance

The principals, David Garmus and David Herron, are acknowledged authorities in the measurement, estimation and management of AD/M activities. They authored Measuring The Software Process; A Practical Guide to Functional Measurements (Prentice Hall) and Function Point Analysis: Measurement Practices for Successful Software Projects (Addison-Wesley).

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*Not all of the TWG members from the organization are listed. Those listed have been significantly involved with the PSM project in the last 2 years and/or have been qualified to teach previous versions of PSM.

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