Software analysis based on international standards
We measure and analyze your source code based on ISO/IEC 25010:2011, the independent, globally-accepted standard for software quality.
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The SIG methodology includes standardised, repeatable measurements of source code based on the ISO/IEC 25010:2011 standard for software product quality.
We operate a software evaluation laboratory governed by the Quality Management System as required by the ISO/IEC 17025 international standard for testing and calibration laboratories. The SIG laboratory is the first lab in the world accredited according to ISO/IEC 17025 for software quality analysis.
A description of the ISO/IEC 25010:2011-based quality models and respective Guidance for Producers documents (which explain the thresholds for achieving four star quality), are available via the following links:
A Practical Model for Measuring Maintainability (Scientific Paper)Download
SIG/TÜViT Evaluation Criteria Trusted Product Maintainability (V15.0)Download
SIG/TÜViT Evaluation Criteria Trusted Product Maintainability: Guidance for producers (V15.0)Download
SIG/TÜViT Evaluation Criteria: Addendum Trusted Product Maintainability for PLC Technologies (V2.0)Download
SIG/TÜViT Evaluation Criteria: Addendum Trusted Product Maintainability for Visual TechnologiesDownload
A Practical Model For Rating Software Security (Scientific Paper)Download
SIG/TÜViT Evaluation Criteria Security: Guidance for producersDownload
SIG Evaluation Criteria Performance efficiency: Guidance for producers (V1.2)Download
SIG Evaluation Criteria Reliability: Guidance for producers (V2.0)Download
SIG Architecture Quality Model: Guidance for producersDownload
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SIG is Standards Committee Member of NEN, the Netherlands Standardization Institute, which, among others, manages the dutch participation in the ISO standards, such as the 25000 series about software quality.
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