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Research Paper | Computer Science and Information Technology | India | Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021
Factors Determining the Growth of Software Project Management
Rachida Radjabou | Subrata Sahana | N. H Umar
Abstract: The software industry's competitive nature makes it natural that software managers and developers face several crucial decisions in managing the software project. These decisions are taken to enhance processes maturity and product quality with improved planning accuracy and monitoring control. In this study, the factors determining the growth of software project management were analyzed. This study used an online survey to collect the necessary data relating to the development, classification, consideration, priority setting, and preparation in software projects. It was observed that team incapability, time constraint, limited testing criteria, customer's inability to understand quality specifications, Budget limitation, limited ability to handle quality requirements, and lack of customer involvement are the major constraints in software project development. The analysis indicates that quality criteria, performance, security, usability, team capability, and customer involvement gained more consideration in the context of software development. Finally, it was recommended that project managers and developers should learn how essential it is to delegate specific roles to avoid difficulties resulting from a lack of clear accountability for the required specifications in the production of software.
Keywords: Software Management, Software Developers, Quality Requirement, Risk Management, Constraint
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021,
Pages: 238 - 242
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