As much as you try, you will inevitably face situations where you are working on a project that has been underestimated. Read this blog to find out what you can do when you are about to go over a budget
Originating in the 70s, the updated COCOMO cost estimation model uses historical projects and factors defined cost drivers to help you estimate the cost of a software project.
In this series of blog posts, we discuss different popular software cost estimation models. This article reviews the Delphi method, how it can be used, and what its pros and cons are.
It’s impossible to make an absolutely accurate estimation - there are always risks, limitations and uncertainties. In this article we discuss how you can tackle such problems by adding safety margins, and how to accurately calculate them.
COSMIC is a method for sizing software by looking at data points and using an algorithm. It can be used to estimate the cost of software before starting development in order to get an accurate price early on.