Serving the business needs

  • Alan C. Gillies
  • Peter Smith

Abstract

In the 1960s, the software crisis was identified as the problem of managing increasing system complexity. In the 1990s, there is a new crisis arising from the fact that users regard many of the systems provided for them as inappropriate and failing to meet their needs. The authors have already suggested that much of the maintenance effort is in fact spent upon making systems fit user needs better rather than correcting errors in coding.

Keywords

Europe Marketing Expense Alan 

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Further Reading

  1. Barker, R. (1990) CASE Method: Tasks and Deliverables, Addison-Wesley, Wokingham.Google Scholar
  2. Price Waterhouse (1992) Information Technology Review 1991/92, Publications Office, Price Waterhouse, 32 Bridge Street, London, SE1 9SY, p. 7.Google Scholar
  3. Gillies, A.C. (1992), Modelling software quality in the commercial environment. Software Quality Journal, 1(3), 175–191CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Alan C. Gillies and Peter Smith 1994

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  • Alan C. Gillies
  • Peter Smith

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