Architecture Maturity and Requirements Engineering Process Maturity Do not Explain Each Other


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Daneva, M. (2005) Architecture Maturity and Requirements Engineering Process Maturity Do not Explain Each Other. In: 15th International Workshop on Software Measurement, IWSM 2005, 12-14 Sept 2005, Montreal, Canada.

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Abstract:Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions have profound influences on today’s connected business world. Yet, the relationship between the two is not enough explored and, as a result, only
partially understood. This paper sheds some light into this relationship and suggests exploring it by using the concept of maturity [PAU95]. We build upon our previous experiences in assessing ERP Requirements Engineering processes
and enterprise architecture processes in an industrial setting.
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