We support medium-sized and large enterprises in the efficient and successful implementation of demanding development plans within regulatory environments.
We help your organisation in the set-up, selection, operation and further development of lean and effective development processes. The core of our services is the outsourced operation of a process framework tailored to the customer’s requirements. This allows you to direct your development projects within the regulatory environment in compliance with the rules, efficiently and with transparent costs. In addition to this we offer a comprehensive range of support activities covering your whole process landscape. We define and improve your processes and thus simultaneously combine the requirements for compliance, efficiency and cost-transparency.
PEDCO – Managed Process Services
Compliance and efficiency for your software development
Our experts offer the know-how and the best practice experience that they have gained in their work with process frameworks in the financial services sector, the pharmaceuticals sector and government authorities. We have experience with various sets of regulations: From regulators like FED, FINMA or FDA towards standards such as CMMI and others.
Peter Pedross was the managing director of a software development company in Zurich with 40 employees. He has a degree in IT and Management Psychology. He also has a CAS in Financial Markets from Zurich University. Moreover he is a Certified Consultant in “Scaled Agile Framework” and in “Disciplined Agile Delivery”, and has a Diploma in Quality Management from EFQA.
Peter Pedross is the president of the board for Computer Science at the Swiss Association for Quality (SAQ), he is also a member of the board at SAQ. Peter Pedross also leads the Non-Profit special interest group on process management in Switzerland.
The Advisory board provides strategic advice to steer the development of PEDCO and our product Applied SAFe. We are proud to have such outstanding individuals to advice us!
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