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What can we use to measure non-functional requirements?

Most if not all CFPS (Certified Function Point Specialists) have encountered projects that sit outside the organizational norm with significant development requirements for non-functional work.

Function points by their very name are focused on delivered functionality so do not provide for non-functional development.

SNAP (Software Non-functional Assessment Process) has been developed to supplement the FP sizing methodology and provide a sizing technique for the non- functional component.

This report considers the following:

  • When do I need to use a non-functional measure?
  • Where did SNAP come from?
  • What does it capture?
  • How do I implement it?
  • Do estimating products cover SNAP?
  • Can SNAP productivity be compared against the rest of the Industry?
  • Are there alternatives?
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