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Value PerspectiveDescriptionReferencesID
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CustomerValue for the customer obtained from the software-intensive system delivered (such as perceived value of the product wrt. functionality, reliability, etc., quality of the delivery process, network and support, user experience), and it can also concern the view and the confidence the customer has of the company itself.Mahvish Khurum, Tony Gorschek, Magnus Wilson: The software value map - an exhaustive collection of value aspects for the development of software intensive products. Journal of Software: Evolution and Process 25(7): 711-741 (2013)GV1
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FinancialFinancial value for the organization developing the software-intensive system. It is the monitary/financial value relating to or involving money, which can be obtained from the software-intensive system delivered. This can also be the value translated into, for instance, shareholder value.Mahvish Khurum, Tony Gorschek, Magnus Wilson: The software value map - an exhaustive collection of value aspects for the development of software intensive products. Journal of Software: Evolution and Process 25(7): 711-741 (2013)GV2
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Internal businessBusiness value for the organization developing the software-intensive system. Contains value aspects, sub-value aspects and value components related to the development company's internal view of the product/service offered by themselves. Examples are time, cost, and quality. Quality here refers to the quality of the internal work products not visible to the customer directly (i.e., they are not the work product, but may of course influence the quality of the final work product).Mahvish Khurum, Tony Gorschek, Magnus Wilson: The software value map - an exhaustive collection of value aspects for the development of software intensive products. Journal of Software: Evolution and Process 25(7): 711-741 (2013)GV3
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Innovation & LearningInnovation and learning value/benefit for the organization developing the software-intensive system. Innovation and learning value relates with the ability an organization has to innovate and grow (related concepts are human capital, knowledge, learning, idea generation, creation of partnerships, etc.).Mahvish Khurum, Tony Gorschek, Magnus Wilson: The software value map - an exhaustive collection of value aspects for the development of software intensive products. Journal of Software: Evolution and Process 25(7): 711-741 (2013)GV4
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MarketMarket value for the organization developing the software-intensive system. Market value is the current value market valuation or price of an industry/product. Also known as Open Market Valuation (OMV) is the price at which an asset would trade in a competitive auction setting.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Market_valueGV5
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External productionMeasured quality of the delivered system (e.g. reliability measures, reported defects, etc.)GV6
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