IFPUG is constantly contributing to the evolution of international standards which immensely helps
the software measurement community. Recently IFPUG has come up with a lightweight Functional
measurement method i.e. Simple Function Points (SFP), originally designed by Roberto Meli.
In this webinar, the designer of this methodology, Roberto, will walk us through the main
characteristics and structure of the new IFPUG Functional Size Measurement Method (SFP), point out
the differences/similarities between FPA & SFP and the PROs and CONs of using it in the real world.
Date and Time:
10 January 2023, 9 a.m. Eastern Time (Time Conversion)
Roberto Meli,graduated in Computer Science in 1984. In 1996, he became CEO of DPO Srl (Italy). Over the past 30 years, he has developed focused competencies in project management and software measurement and has written more than 80 papers for technical magazines and international conferences. He developed the Early & Quick (E&Q) Function Point Analysis method and the Simple Function Point (SiFP) method. Roberto has held leadership roles over the last 25 years in Measurement Associations. Member of the IFPUG Board of Directors – Responsible of Functional Sizing Standards (Current role), Chairperson of the GUFPI-ISMA (Gruppo Utenti Function Points Italia – Italian Software Measurement Association) board of directors for 10 years, coordinator of its Counting Practices Committee; Chairperson of the COSMIC Measurement Practices Committee for two years, Conference Chairperson of SMEF (Software Measurement European Forum) for ten years. Certified Function Point Specialist (CFPS) from 1996 to 2004.