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methods for ranking IT compan

 
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what are the methods for ranking IT companies?
 
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More salary less work ( ), in recession Salary with work (no bench )
 
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The best method is to write them down in descending order like this:
1) Acme Corporation
2) Siemens Nokia Networks
3) Microsoft
4) Tata Systems
5) Twitter Security Inc.
6) Google.org
7) intentionally left blank
8) General Motors
9) Lehman Brothers
 
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no ,i mean what are the internationally used methods to rank IT companies ?
like CMM5....................... and so on
 
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Ulf is German. So his method is an internationally used method. Unless you too are German that is. But then I'd probably use the same method and I'm not German. So there we go, we have an internationally used method to rank companies.

Cool.
 
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that are not methods.that are the names of some companies?
isn't it?
 
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I propose one with decimal points so you can rearrange as needed without shifting positions in the ranks

1.0 ABC Company
2.0 Microsoft
3.0 Microhard

Or you can have one where you rank them with stars like in the army. A level 3 company will have 3 HUGE golden stars badged on the company building, visible for all to see.
 
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no , you don't understand my question.i don't need names of companies.
i need what are the methods used to rank IT companies ?
IT services companies

ex: Coding standers........,Time to Market..............
 
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I always considered HAL 9001 to be superior to CMM 5.
 
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still i have same problem
 
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... planning to start new IT company ....?
 
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i am a developer.i need to know these things.because this is my field.so i should be in touch
 
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How about dropping all said companies in a bowl of water and seeing how well they float?

Oh wait, that's a internationally recognised method to test how old eggs are. Ignore me (unless you are planning to eat an egg any time soon).
 
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no, i didn't mean all software companies.i need software services companies.
you know there are software product companies,It consulting company,It product company................................
but i mean only software service companies
 
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few reference

CMMI certification, Six sigma standard
 
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isn't there any ISO related one ?
 
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aruna sameera wrote:isn't there any ISO related one ?



There is ISO 9001 but we are still in 2009, so it should take some time to implement
 
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There is ISO 9001


But HAL comes before ISO in the alphabet, so all other things being equal (which they are: 9001==9001), HAL is to be preferred.
 
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few ISO standards...
 
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call em up and ask them to rate themselves on a scale of 1-100.
 
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Aruna, This is very broad question. What are your criteria to select a particular company?

And do you think this question belong to MD forum?
 
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cactually i am not aware of MD forum.what is that forum ?
 
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aruna sameera wrote:cactually i am not aware of MD forum.what is that forum ?


This forum. Meaningless Drivel.
 
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no, i can't find the any forum in this javaranch to post this question.then i thought to post it here?
is there any forum to post this question?
if yes can any admin please to put this?
 
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You can repost it in Job Discussion Forum.
 
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according to Aruna, it is meaning<, thats y she posted in MD, AmI rite
 
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If you are looking for software and services companies, they are all the same, with regard to work they do.
If i were to consider such a company as a future employer, i'll go to their campus for interview on a Friday, and check out how "COLORFUL" the environment is, apart from the salary they offer. I may also sample coffee (and may be food) served in the cafeteria. Need some motivation to go to office everyday, right?

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