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ITIL :: View topic - Differences between ITIL and ISO 9001?
wolfhard Itiler Joined: Mar 14, 2005 Posts: 26 Location: Brussels, Belgium
Posted: Tue Mar 15, 2005 8:51 am Post subject: Differences between ITIL and ISO 9001?
I am curious to find out what the main differences are between ISO 9000 and ITIL and why would one choose one and not the other?
I am looking to find a way to implement a software development quality control process. Can I use either ISO 9001 or ITIL to develop the framework and the individual processes?
And then use the CMMi to continualy improve quality?
Any advice will be greatly appreaciated.
Thanks a million
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