Integrating reuse measurement practices into the ERP requirements engineering process


Daneva, Maya (2006) Integrating reuse measurement practices into the ERP requirements engineering process. In: 7th International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement, PROFES 2006, 12-14 June 2006, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (pp. pp. 112-126).

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Abstract:The management and deployment of reuse-driven and architecture-centric requirements engineering processes have become common in many organizations adopting Enterprise Resource Planning solutions. Yet, little is known about the variety of reusability aspects in ERP projects at the level of requirements. Neither, we know enough how exactly ERP adopters benefit from reuse as part of the requirements engineering process. This paper sheds some light into these questions and suggests a practical approach to applied ERP requirements reuse measurement by incorporating reuse metrics planning as part of the implementation of metrics on an ERP project. Relevant process integration challenges are resolved in the context of SAP R/3 implementation projects in which the author participated while being employed at the second largest telecommunication company in Canada.
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