THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARD IMPLEMENTATION FOR SUPPORTING SOFTWARE PROCESS IN STARTUP BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
Keywords:Startups, Ecosystems, Personal Software Process (PSP), Software Process, International Standards
This research focuses on the study of ecosystems and international standards for software process that support startups. Startups can compete others or make its own uniqueness by having a smart and very up-to-date software or application. It is believed that the activity flow for development process in the successful corporate entrepreneur needs to be thoroughly facilitated. It is expected to enable business startups including software tech startups therein to be more effective and generate a competitive advantage via providing ideal conditions for startups to move faster and more effectively than others. This study applies Personal Software Process (PSP) for software development activities, and uses PSP scripts to follow the activities in software development. Moreover, researchers study the literature regarding ecosystems’ overall performance. We have studied the literature for ecosystems and startups globally. The scale for evaluating the success by applying success factors and matrix, including the life cycle of startups, are studied.
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