One of the biggest problems in software development is the quality assurance of the delivered product. This depends directly on the testing process used. See how to improve testing processes with the use of market data.
Comparing key project indicators to industry best practices.
Benchmarking enables: comparisons of productivity, quality, time to market, cost efficiency and project estimations.
Using the example of Toyota, we will learn the main practices that allow maximum digital transformation: benchmarking.
An objective of software benchmarking is to obtain a balanced approach to software development ensuring that important project factors are considered.
Pekka Forselius, Senior Advisor to FiSMA, examines ISBSG, a driving force behind the international standard for IT project performance benchmarking. Learn how benchmarking can be simplified to improve project performance.
Organizations should prioritize software investments. Better estimations enable limited resources to be used in the most efficient way.
Testing is an essential area of the software development lifecycle. Testing density can be measured and benchmarked. Learn how to measure tests, defects, test density and predict reliability.
The Triangle Benchmarking concept is based on very few measurements and reasonably light data collection, compared to traditional benchmarking services. It can be easily applied within all kinds of organizations and especially well with Agile software development projects, as the old heavier benchmarking services were applicable and affordable only for very large corporations.
This presentation discusses software for the Automotive sector in order to point out further data that could be possibly collected by ISBSG.
Organizations are constantly pressured to prove their value to their leadership and customers. A relative comparison to “peer groups” is often seen as useful and objective, so benchmarking becomes important.