||Location (Not Relevant: Location is not relevant for the process usage, because no matter where projects and maintenance activities are developed, the process involved is not affected. No other location besides Bogotá (Asesoftware offices or customer offices) is considered.)
Customer (Not Relevant: Customer for which a project or maintenance is developed does not affect or limit the process usage.)
Size (Not Relevant: Size is not relevant for determining the process being used once they have similar size under Development and under Maintenance, and these are already relevant factors as per Type of Work.)
Organizational Structure (Not Relevant: All development and maintenance projects are performed under Software Development and Maintenance Business Lines)
Type of Work: Two types of work are recognized: New Development Projects, and Application Maintenance. When a new project or maintenance is identified, by means of a checklist criteria application the type of work is determined.
Methodology: Two types of work are recognized: Traditional and Agile.
|Sampling Factor Values:
||Development (Type of Work): New Development and Major Enhancement projects.
Maintenance (Type of Work): Maintenance projects.
Traditional (Methodology): Development and Maintenance projects running under Traditional methodology.
Agile (Methodology): Traditional – Development and Maintenance projects running under Agile methodology.
Development Traditional: New development projects running under Traditional methodology.
45 People, 5 Basic Units
Development Agile: New development projects running under Agile methodology.
35 People, 5 Basic Units
Maintenance Traditional: Maintenance projects running under Traditional methodology.
94 People, 9 Basic Units
Maintenance Agile: Maintenance projects running under Agile methodology.
42 People, 5 Basic Units