Our Vision
    MSSL'S VISION is to provide significant leverage in meeting the growing IT needs of a global economy. In order to gain these advantages the focus of the organization is placed upon the following objectives:

    Selection and performance of highly leveraged, collaborative quantitative mSSL research projects and applications that lead to excellence and improved cost effectiveness in global mSSl engineering practice.
    Promotion of better quality standards, process, customer responsiveness, support systems.
    Pursuit of outreach programs with national and international industries to improve worldwide safety, product quality, and economic well-being.
    Extension of research programs developed by the mSSL community to other related application areas.

Our Quality Policy
    Our Quality Policy states the following primary goals:

    Development of high-quality software systems that comply 100% with customer's demands and expectations.
    Rigorous and timely fulfillment of every obligation to a customer.
    Continuous improvement of development and management processes.
    Deep involvement of every employee in the quality management system.

    Together with relevant ISO documents, we actively use IEEE Software Engineering standards and best practices at all phases of software development. Our immediate aim is an implementation of capability maturity model (CMM) methodology in corporate development practice.

    To achieve CMM levels mSSL has taken Rational Unified Process and tools as a base reference, which addresses both, project maturity and organization maturity. RUP uses UML as standard language for modeling software-intensive systems.
    The RUP emphasizes addressing high-risk areas very early, by rapidly developing an initial version of the system, which defines its architecture. It does not assume a fixed set of firm requirements at the inception of the project, but allows you to refine the requirements as the project evolves. It expects and accommodates changes. The process does not put either a strong focus on documents or "ceremonies", and it lends itself to the automation of many of the tedious tasks associated with software development. The main focus remains the software product itself and its quality, as measured by the degree to which it satisfies its end-users and meets its return on investment objective altogether.
    RUP is generic enough to be tailored to a wide variety of software products and projects, both in size and application domain and it is centered around three areas: people, process, and tools or methods.