Software Development Factories, the Project Management Perspective
Oeconomics of Knowledge, 2012, vol. 4, issue 1, pages 14-21
In a software factory, the applications are developed in the same way Henri Ford started manufacturing cars. In such a way, a customized solution could be obtained within a reasonable budget and within the foreseen timeframe. This development method offers a flexible solution that can be readapted rapidly and automatically to the changing business needs, so the Project Management becomes a real challenge.
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