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Establishment of "A-PPNS", A Navigation System for Regenerating the Software Development Business
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Establishment of "A-PPNS", A Navigation System for Regenerating the Software Development Business
Sakai, Hirotake; Waji, Yoshihiro; Nakamura, Mari; Amasaka, Kakuro;
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 Abstract
Currently, knowledge within the field of software development is largely implicit and is not formally disseminated and shared. This means that there is little improvement and regeneration of processes, and knowledge gained from previous projects is not necessarily applied to new ones. In order to turn this situation around it is necessary to take an organized approach to sharing job-related information. For this study, the authors constructed "Amalab-Project Planning Navigation System, or A-PPNS", a system for organizing accumulated knowledge related to the field of software development. More specifically, A-PPNS is a business process monitoring system and consists of the following four elements: (i) Optimized estimate support subsystem, (ii) Schedule monitoring system, (iii) QCD optimization diagnostic system, and (iv) Strategic technology accumulation system. The effectiveness of this system has been demonstrated and verified at Company A, a system integration company.
 Keywords
Project Management;Software Development;Software Estimation;Strategic Technology Accumulation;"Amalab-Project Planning Navigation System, A-PPNS";
 Language
English
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