Linking the business view to requirements engineering: long-term product planning by roadmapping

  title={Linking the business view to requirements engineering: long-term product planning by roadmapping},
  author={L. Lehtola and Marjo Kauppinen and S. Kujala},
  journal={13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE'05)},
  • L. Lehtola, Marjo Kauppinen, S. Kujala
  • Published 2005
  • Computer Science
  • 13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE'05)
  • Companies moving into the software product business and growing in size face new challenges that cannot be tackled completely with old practices. For example, the future development steps of the off-the-shelf products cannot be negotiated with just one or a few customers any more. This means that practitioners should be able to take aspects such as their company's own strategy and available market information more effectively into account in such decision-making. However, usually the company or… CONTINUE READING

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