IFPUG WHAT'S NEW?

Announcing the IFPUG Special Innovation Program – Pilot Projects!

The International Function Point Users Group (IFPUG) Board of Directors is pleased to announce a new program, the IFPUG Special Innovation Program (SIP). This new program will be run under the Director of Applied Programs – Christine Green. The Special Innovation Program is designed to quickly and effectively assess and implement ...

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Time to Renew Your IFPUG Membership!

It is time to renew your membership with us! Please follow these simple steps: 1. First, log in to the Member Services Area using the primary email address we have for you on file. If you do not remember your password, please click on “forgot password” to have it mailed...

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Website Modernization is Here!

The Communications and Marketing Committee, in conjunction with the IFPUG Board of Directors, has been working on a revised layout for the IFPUG website.  Some objectives of the project are to make the website easier to navigate, to improve the visual appeal of the layout, and to make the website...

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Agile White Paper Now Available in Portuguese!

The White Paper, FSSC Applying Function Point Analysis to Scrum Agile Software Development Projects, has been translated into Portuguese and is now available in the IFPUG Online Store.  Análise de Pontos de Função Aplicada em Projetos de Desenvolvimento Ágil de Software – Scrum.  To reach the IFPUG Online Store,  navigate...

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SNAP Workshops Coming Up!

SNAP face-to-face 2 day seminar Scheduled in Madrid March 24 – 25 as part of the 2014 ISMA 9 conference! And SNAP Virtual Workshop Scheduled for February 6 to 11, 2014! The Non-Functional Sizing Standards Committee (NFSSC) will be offering two Workshops, both entitled “An Introduction to the Software Non-Functional...

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Licensed SNAP Training Material Now Available!

IFPUG is excited to offer the sizing community an opportunity to license the Software Non-functional Assessment Process (SNAP) training material. SNAP provides organizations and projects with a means to develop a quantifiable measure for the non-functional requirements (NFR). Sizing non-functional requirements can be used by software development to plan and...

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