MARBLE is a framework that focuses on the reverse engineering stage in the horseshoe modernization model to obtain business processes from legacy information systems.
Tool to carry out systematic reviews of the literature.
SLR-Tool allows to automate each one of the stages of the process to carry out systematic reviews of the literature proposed in (Kitchenham & Charters, 2007).
The objective of this site is to gather all the information related to the archaeology of business processes, including the latest techniques, methods and tools for the recovery of business processes from legacy systems through reverse engineering.
BPMIMA is a framework composed of a set of activities, a group of quality characteristics, a group of indicators, a measurement and evaluation tool and some guidelines for the modeling of business processes in order to obtain models with high levels of quality.
The general objective is to increase the level of competitiveness of Ibero-American software SMEs through the creation and dissemination of a common methodological framework that, adjusted to their specific needs, may become the basis on which to establish a mechanism for evaluation and certification of the software industry recognized throughout Ibero-America.
In this website are collected some information, documents, tools, developments and references about Software Process Engineering (IPSW), also known as Method Engineering.
This page contains the elements that make up the MINERVA framework, grouped by the dimensions defined: conceptual, methodological and tool support.
This website describes the different tools that can be used for both Global Development and Distributed Software.