A feature-based tool-selection classification for agile software development Conference

Taheri, M, Sadjadi, SM. (2015). A feature-based tool-selection classification for agile software development . 2015-January 700-704. 10.18293/seke2015-234

cited authors

  • Taheri, M; Sadjadi, SM


  • With the advancement in technology, software development complexities are rising across the globe. This trend is forcing companies and organizations to adopt management methods and tools to accelerate time to market, more easily manage changing priorities, increase the customer satisfaction and reduce product expenses. Agile software development methods offer a solution to these issues, but problems remain over evaluation along with the offering of the correct agile software as well as a collection of agile tools. The purpose of this paper is to introduce best tools and features, criteria used for evaluating currently existing tools and propose a classification model to right agile tool selection. To prepare a list of the best tools and their features in the market, a practical research on existing tools and their features were performed. Finally, a classification model was prepared and the results show which tools best fit into different level of maturity in projects and companies.

publication date

  • January 1, 2015

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 700

end page

  • 704


  • 2015-January