ASE2 CARD CATALOG ENTRY
This report defines the basic principles of SCM and identifies their value in improving software quality. SCM adoption issues are discussed, and guidance is provided for the development of a long-term SCM solution. This report emphasizes the need for organizations to plan for the SCM implementation, to develop a detailed SCM plan, and to define the SCM process before implementing an automated SCM system. Information about SCM products in the market place is also included. Finally, future directions of the SCM domain are identified.
January 1996 George Klipper, STSC Initial Release to the PAL
Released to the PAL by the Software Technology Support Center, Hill Air Force Base. Authorization was received via electronic mail from George A. Klipper, Information Manager/BBS, Software Technology Support Center, email@example.com.
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