Adopting an RIA-Based Tool for Supporting Assessment, Implementation and Learning in Software Process Improvement under the NMX-I-059/02-NYCE-2005 Standard in Small Software Enterprises

@article{Garcia2010AdoptingAR,
  title={Adopting an RIA-Based Tool for Supporting Assessment, Implementation and Learning in Software Process Improvement under the NMX-I-059/02-NYCE-2005 Standard in Small Software Enterprises},
  author={Ivan A. Garcia and Carla L. Pacheco and D. Cruz},
  journal={2010 Eighth ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications},
  year={2010},
  pages={29-35}
}
Nowadays there are models and standards which attempt to introduce quality in the enterprises’ software development process with the objective to introduce high quality levels in the produced software. The NMX-I-059/02-NYCE-2005 standard (also known as MoProSoft) is focused on small and medium software enterprises, or small groups of software development within a larger organization, with the aim of promoting the standardization of an effective process in the software industry. Mexican… CONTINUE READING

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