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Criteria for Selecting a Software Estimation Tool
A plethora of software estimation tools are available, each claimed to be better than the others, thereby confusing prospective buyers. An effective tool ought

loc  and length of an LOC bear different connotations to different perspectives. A vendor would like to count all, but a buyer would not. GUI programming, in which a significant code is predeveloped, adds one more dimension to the debate on LOC. This type of programming has moved away from procedure-oriented programming toward event-oriented programming. Now GUI controls are added to LOC, and there is confusion on how to measure the size of GUI. Several projects, such as those involving software maintenance

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Productivity for Software Estimators


Presently, software estimation is considered to be an art rather than a science. At the heart of this perception is the lack of understanding of the concept of "productivity." This article attempts to provide insight into the concept of productivity.

loc  (FPA), lines of code (LOC), etc. There is no accepted way of converting software size from one unit of measure into another. One odd aspect of these measures is that the size of the software is adjusted (increased or decreased) based on such factors as complexity, for example. Yet size is something that does not change. For example, a pound of cheese does not become heavier or lighter if the person weighing it is less or more experienced in weighing things, or if the scale is a mechanical one or an Read More

How to Measure Customer Satisfaction


Organizations often rely on surveys and questionnaires to determine customer satisfaction ratings, but such methods merely offer a perceived customer rating. Obtaining a realistic measure of customer satisfaction involves computing a metric based on a composite customer satisfaction rating system.

loc  size measure, such as LOC or FP. Since there is no universally acceptable ID, an organizational standard should be defined and continuously improved. The formula for computing IR for customer satisfaction is as follows: IR = (actual ID – standard ID) ÷ standard ID If the actual ID was less than the standard ID, then this metric will be negative, meaning customer expectations have been exceeded. If the actual ID was the same than the standard ID, then this metric will be zero—customer expectations Read More

Cameleon Software to Facilitate Manitou Group’s Global Expansion


Cameleon Software, a provider of configure, price, quote (CPQ)/quote to order (Q2O) solutions for tier one organizations, recently announced that the Manitou Group, a global provider of the design, assembly, and distribution of material-handling solutions for agriculture, construction, and industry markets, chose Cameleon’s CPQ solution to support the global standardization of the Group's

loc  brands (Manitou, Gehl, Mustang, Loc , and Edge ) through its various resellers depending on the country, which would occasionally result in a heterogeneous selling and buying experiences for both Manitou Group's sales teams and customers. Why a New CPQ? For those reasons, the Manitou Group launched in 2012 a vendor selection process as part of its international business transformation initiative aimed at standardizing product offerings from one country to another. The ultimate objective was to offer a Read More

Cash Management 101


Cash management is an essential business process all organizations must perform to survive. Though cash management uses automation for much of the “grunt” work, it is human intelligence in the financial decision making that does the rest.

loc  (LOC), or exceeding the LOC limit, resulting in refinancing with factorers. Factorers are organizations that provide funds to a business, using the business's inventory as collateral. A factorer can be a vendor's representative as well, selling on commission. Factorers can also provide cash based on a business's future confirmed receivables. Their rates for lending money are usually higher than bank rates. Failing to manage business risks (e.g., making poor client choices, overextending credit to poor Read More

Cash Management 101


Cash management is an essential business process all organizations must perform to survive. Though cash management uses automation for much of the “grunt” work, it is human intelligence in the financial decision making that does the rest.

loc  (LOC), or exceeding the LOC limit, resulting in refinancing with factorers. Factorers are organizations that provide funds to a business, using the business s inventory as collateral. A factorer can be a vendor s representative as well, selling on commission. Factorers can also provide cash based on a business s future confirmed receivables. Their rates for lending money are usually higher than bank rates. Failing to manage business risks (e.g., making poor client choices, overextending credit to poor Read More

Challenges and User Recommendations for a Global Trading Solutions Provider on a Roll


The market is competitive, rapidly evolving, and highly fragmented, and one should only expect the intensity of competition to increase in the future. For the present, the biggest challenge remains a lack of awareness of the need for TradeStone's applications.

loc  merger. This led to RockBlocks author Sue Welch s consequent founding of TradeStone, with the subsequent exodus of former Rockport/QRS staff from QRS (and subsequently from Inovis). While global sourcing and importing was only a minor portion of QRS revenue, these clients represented some of the most prominent retailer brands in the world, such as Sears , Federated, Dillards , Saks , and Home Depot , some of which have meanwhile moved to TradeStone, while the others have looked at a new solution going Read More

A Well-designed Solution for Sourcing: Its Technological Foundation and How It Works


TradeStone has developed an application that can be quickly configured to shift data in and out of traditional enterprise planning systems. Organizations can thus more easily intertwine basic procurement information with crucial sourcing data such as specifications, schedules, and statuses.

loc  its constituent data is located in several different databases. Rather than a traditional costly database-to-database integration approach, TradeStone s integration approach consists of a user interface (UI) engine, a model-based application logic independent of the database, and a dynamic data mapping integration engine. XML is used for data mapping and process definitions to Web services, legacy systems, and databases, or to any other third-party system. Data channels to data sources like databases, Read More