Design and Implementation of Project Time Management Risk Assessment Tool for SME Projects using Oracle Application Express

@inproceedings{Sharif2012DesignAI,
  title={Design and Implementation of Project Time Management Risk Assessment Tool for SME Projects using Oracle Application Express},
  author={Abdullahi Mohamud Sharif and Mohd. Zaidi Abd. Rozan},
  year={2012}
}
Risk Assessment Tool (RAT) is an expert system that assesses, monitors, and gives preliminary treatments automatically based on the project plan. In this paper, a review was taken out for the current project time management risk assessment tools for SME software development projects, analyze risk assessment parameters, conditions, scenarios, and finally propose risk assessment tool (RAT) model to assess, treat, and monitor risks. An implementation prototype system is developed to validate the… CONTINUE READING

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