Quality Assurance and Project Management:

process owner

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November 24, 2011  6:13 PM

It is Business Functions that Spoil the Show Mostly



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
Business function, business process, process capability, process management, process owner, project management, Software Project

A big corporate starts new business and hence a new company takes birth. Though it is a new setup, there is a mix of old and new employees and similar is the case with business processes. Some old processes are adopted as it is, whereas some process are formed totally newly based on the learning...

April 24, 2010  5:02 PM

Software Project and Business Purpose



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business application, business process, business requirement, process owner, project management, requirement analysis, Software application, Software Project

The purpose of a business seeking software application to cater to a business process or a group of business processes is to optimize the business. The requirements emerge through the key process owners of the business. The requirements analysis and gathering phase is the most...


August 7, 2009  10:00 AM

Ten Mantras for a software developer



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
application, application building, Application development, application functionality, application performance, Bug, bug fixing, bug identification, bug-free, business process, business requirements, Business Rules, code validation, code writing, collaboration, customer experience, end user, process owner, quality, software, Software application, software build, Software developer, software development, software functionality, software performance, software testing, tester

Lot of efforts can be saved in terms of time and money if we reach to a stage of ‘first time right’ in application development. It has been proven largely that no good application can be built and released without extensive testing. Testing is not developers’ ball game – this is also a well...


May 18, 2009  10:00 AM

Vendor’s role in involving customer top management while requirement gathering phase



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business study, customer, customer expectations, end user, process owner, project completion, project management, project stakeholders, requirement gathering, software development, software product, Software Project, Software Project Lifecycle, Software vendor, top level requirement, top management, user level requirement

The most critical stage in software project lifecycle is business study and requirement gathering. Vendor has to be very cautious and careful in understanding all levels expectations from the product they are going to build for the customer. Skipping top level at this stage could be disastrous for...


April 20, 2009  10:05 AM

Role of customer project manager at customer site during implementation stage



Posted by: Jaideep Khanduja
business need, business study, implementation phase, implementation plan, implementation process, post implementation, process owner, project closure, project failure, project implementation, project lead, project management, project manager, project ownership, project sign-off, project success, project team, reconciliation, Risk Management, Risk Plan, software training, transaction entry, UAT

The customer project manager has to take the lead and ownership of product as soon as it is launched at customer site for implementation. The UAT, training and implementation process can only be effective in case customer project team gets fully involved into each and every activity of the...


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