A Study of Software Process Improvement in Small Industry

Provided by: International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering (IJARCSSE)
Topic: Software
Format: PDF
Software Process Improvement (SPI) is the name given to the identification of the current state of the practice of information systems development within an organization and then improving it. The principle objective of a mature software process is to produce quality products to meet customers' needs. SPI is used to improve organizational capabilities to deliver quality software by defined processes or systematic procedures. Software process improvement always facilitates to identify and apply the changes to current processes so that the new processes can be help in producing the high quality product. SPI is a difficult activity to initiate because of its complex and dynamic nature of processes. One major characteristic of process improvement is to emphasize the continuous improvement of products as well as of organizational processes in terms of performance, stability, compatibility. The author proposed some steps in this paper how the user can improve software process.

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