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IEEE 14471

Guide for Adoption of ISO/IEC TR 14471:2007 Information Technology-Software Engineering-Guidelines for the Adoption of CASE Tools

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 17 June 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 41
ICS Code (Software): 35.080
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Since CASE adoption is a subject of the broader technology transition problem, this Technical Report addresses the adoption practices appropriate for a wide range of computing organisations. This Technical Report neither dictates nor advocates particular development standards, software processes, design methods, methodologies, techniques, programming languages, or life-cycle paradigms.

This Technical Report will:

- identify critical success factors (CSF);

- propose a set of adoption processes;

- guide successful adoption in consideration of organisational and cultural environment.

The following groups are targeted as potential audiences:

- CASE users;

- information systems managers;

- chief information officers (CIO);

- CASE suppliers;

- software engineering consultants;

- those involved in the acquisition of CASE tools and technology.

Therefore this Technical Report addresses aspects of CASE tools adoption. It is best used with ISO/IEC 14102 for CASE tool evaluation and selection. It is complementary to related ISO/IEC documents which deal with the general aspects of these topics.

Document History

IEEE 14471
June 17, 2010
Guide for Adoption of ISO/IEC TR 14471:2007 Information Technology-Software Engineering-Guidelines for the Adoption of CASE Tools
Since CASE adoption is a subject of the broader technology transition problem, this Technical Report addresses the adoption practices appropriate for a wide range of computing organisations. This...

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