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CSI - IFPUG

Workshops

  • W1 – Software Estimation & Software Sizing using Function Point
  • W2 – IFPUG Software Non-functional Assessment Process
  • W3 – Effective Applications Development, Maintenance and Support Benchmarking

Each workshop allows to achieve 3 PDUs according to the PMI’s CCR program (Technical stream)

W1 – Software Estimation & Software Sizing using Function Point [March 5 (9.30am-5.30pm)]

Presenter : Anjali Mogre, Atos India

Software estimation and productivity measurement plan are closely related and should get integrated to arrive at the correct estimation of efforts for any software project. Best approach of estimation of efforts is based on organization own historical data. To build organization data base it is important to know the size of the project and efforts / unit of size spent by each project. For a new bid, if we can compute the size of the project, the effort estimate can be obtained by multiplication of hour/unit size. The challenge is to measure the size of the software. IFPUG Function Point measurement addresses this challenge of measurement of software size by providing global standard and uniform methodology to measure the size of the software. This workshop will provide you a glimpse of how to count functional size of the software and how the same is used for productivity measurement and costing of new software projects.
Target Audience: Business/Functional Analysts, Project Managers, Bid Managers, PMO staff members, Quality Managers, Test Managers and anyone involved in Project estimates, with a primary attention to FUR (Functional User Requirements).
Language: English
Cost:
2500 Rs/50 USD per attendee
Payment by wire transfer – see the ‘Registration’ page for details and offers

W2 – IFPUG Software Non-functional Assessment Process (SNAP) [March 7 (9am-1pm)]

Presenter : Saurabh Saxena, ZenSar Technology

In the modern era, when software industry is moving to Digital, E-commerce, Omni-Channel support, Analytics, Cloud, Virtual reality, Artificial intelligence etc., it has become a major challenge to quantify or size non-functional user requirements (NFRs). These requirements are primarily related to usability, security, performance efficiency, reliability, portability, maintainability, compatibility & functional stability related aspects of the application. The share of the non-functional requirements is growing rapidly, from 15% in traditional projects to ~50% in recent Digital Transformation projects.
The audience will understand what is IFPUG SNAP (in detail), how to size NFRs using SNAP, how to integrate Function Points & SNAP and get the overall picture of the complete application.
Target Audience: Business/IT Analysts, Project Managers, Bid Managers, PMO staff members, Quality Managers, Test Managers and anyone involved in Project estimates, with a primary attention to NFR (Non-Functional Requirements).
Language: English
Cost:
2500 Rs/50 USD per attendee
Payment by wire transfer – see the ‘Registration’ page for details and offers

CSP (Certified SNAP Practitioner) exam session to be held on March 7, 2-5pm at CSI Mumbai premises.

W3 – Effective Applications Development, Maintenance and Support Benchmarking [March 7 (2pm-6pm)]

Presenter : John Ogilvie, ISBSG

Benchmarking the Applications Development, Maintenance and Support (AD/M) Environment can potentially provide significant insights into the performance of IT processes and identify how and where they can be most effectively improved. However, many organisations initiate a Benchmarking Activity, without first fully determining the objective of the benchmark, the benefits they hope to achieve, or establishing the criteria by which projects and applications will be selected and compared. This Workshop explores the reasons why organisations choose to benchmark, identifies the potential benefits of benchmarking, and highlights the pitfalls of failing to appropriately plan the benchmarking activity or introduce rigor into the benchmarking process to ensure its success.
Target Audience: Project Managers, Quality Managers, Team Leaders, Benchmarking staff members, PMO team members, and anyone involved in Project estimates.
Language: English
Cost:
2500 Rs/50 USD per attendee
Payment by wire transfer – see the ‘Registration’ page for details and offers

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