The June 2016 issue of the Software Quality Professional journal, published by ASQ, features the article "Evaluation of Software Product Functional Suitability: A Case Study”. The article explains the environment created by the accredited laboratory AQCLab to evaluate software functional suitability conforming to ISO/IEC 25000. This article also presents a case study where AQCLab and AENOR (Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification) conducted the evaluation and certification of a software product developed by the Spanish company Bitware, obtaining the highest level of quality for functional suitability conforming to ISO/IEC 25000.
You can find below the links to the complete issue of Software Quality Professional journal, and to the laboratory's website, where you can access an excerpt from the journal corresponding to the published article.
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