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Your software development team strives for optimal results in managing your projects. SLIM removes guesswork from benchmarking and project estimation – before, during and after your project is complete.

PROJECT ESTIMATING

SLIM-Estimate develops reliable estimates for your project, within 90 percent accuracy. Our estimates draw on a database of more than 12,000 projects collected worldwide across all industries.

IN-FLIGHT CONTROL

SLIM-Control is like GPS navigation for your project. Are you on-schedule? Properly staffed? On budget? SLIM evaluates your project ‘in-flight’ and accurately predicts your completion date.

BENCHMARKING

How did you measure up? Use the SLIM-Metrics® tool to benchmark your completed projects against the QSM worldwide database. The results may surprise you – and guide you in your next release.

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From The Blog

April 3-7 QAI QUEST 2017 Michael Mah keynote speaker and Agile workshop

January 6th by Michael

Michael Mah Keynote speaker and Agile workshop at QAI Quest 2017 April 3-7 Half-Day Tutorial – Quality and Productivity Benchmarking, Estimating, and Release Planning Date: April 4, 2017 Time: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm How do you compare the quality and productivity that teams achieve across a span of projects including Agile, Waterfall, and Outsourced? […]

Jan 30-Feb 2, OOP Conference 2017 – Michael talks about Agile planning

January 6th by Michael

OOP Conference “Software Meets Business”-  Germany 2017 Feb 2  Agile Estimating, Benchmarking, and Release Planning with Michael Mah How do you compare productivity and quality you achieve with across the span of your projects, be they Agile, Waterfall, or Outsourced? Learn about quality and defect metric trends and how defect patterns behave on real projects. […]

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