Collecting and Reporting Benchmark Metrics
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How to collect all your project metrics data in SCOPE including Effort, Defects, and Costs for reporting, analysis and benchmarking.Recording Project Metrics
Demonstrates how to record your Project Metrics in SCOPE for analysis, reporting ,comparison and benchmarking.Metrics Reporting tabular data
SCOPE provides a variety of methods of reporting your Metrics data. This tutorial shows how to produce reports that show the metrics data as numbers in a table. See Excel Benchmarking Metrics Charts Tutorial for how to display metrics data in a graphical format.Excel Benchmarking Metrics Charts
This tutorial describes how to export your Metrics data to Ms Excel graphical Chart Reporting for analysis and comparison.
This tutorial describes how you can customise the SCOPE Benchmark Report templates for your own look and feel and content then save them so SCOPE will use your customised templates as the default template when it runs its reports. Multiple default templates can be updated and changed and saved.
This tutorial describes how you can submit your selected projects for export of metrics information directly to ISBSG. SCOPE creates and XML file that can be previewed before emailing as an attachment.
SCOPE enables you to record all your Maintenance and Support Metrics for submission to ISBSG or for ongoing comparative benchmarking internally.
SCOPE enables you to record all your Project Metrics for submission to ISBSG or for ongoing comparative benchmarking internally or externally against ISBSG data.
Group your Metrics data into Reporting Periods (Benchmark Periods so results can be aggregated and compared as sets of data.
Once you have completed your project metrics by inputing your metrics data into your Project Details you then need to assign the project to a Benchmark Period for Benchmark Reporting purposes
An Overview of the capability to record your metrics data in an Excel spreadsheet for easy data entry and then importing the data into SCOPE for all your Benchmark Reporting
Enter all your Applications Maintenance and Support Benchmark data for all your Applications into an Excel Spreadsheet and import some or all of them into SCOPE for Benchmark Reporting
How to enter data into the SCOPE Import Templates to ensure your data is valid and can be successfully imported and merged with youir SCOPE data
Enter all your Change Request Enhancement Benchmark data for all your Change Requests into an Excel Spreadsheet and import some or all of the Change Requests into SCOPE for Benchmark Reporting
Enter all your Project Development or Enhancement Benchmark data for all your Projects into an Excel Spreadsheet and import some or all of the Project Metrics into SCOPE for Benchmark Reporting
Enter all your Release Development or Enhancement Benchmark data for all your Applications Releases into an Excel Spreadsheet and import some or all of the Release Metrics into SCOPE for Benchmark Reporting