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Applied Research on Software Progress Measurement: Taking B2B Project of A Company as an Example

Shuangxi Zhang, Norriza Hussin

Abstract


Because of the limitations of Earned Value Management (EVM), there are great defects in managing software progress. Although Earned Schedule (ES) improves EVM, it is not reliable to utilize cost data to measure software progress. In 2014, Earned Duration Management (EDM), which is a new measurement method, was introduced. In this paper, via a practical case, the EDM method is used to measure the software progress.


Keywords


Software Progress; Earned Value Management; Earned Duration Management; Schedule Performance Index (SPI); Duration Performance Index (DPI)

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/bam.v2i1.1081

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