Software Product Development Maturity Model

| October 12, 2017

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Software product development is a science that goes far beyond traditional SDLC or similar processes in the IT industry. It includes challenges that cannot be simply taught to overcome, and the end result of creating successful software products is never a given. This paper provides the details of the Software Product Development Maturity Model (SPDMM). The discussion begins with the explanation of the philosophy behind SPDMM and concludes with the details of its various sub systems.

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